Interactive: Three Views of Tuesday’s Election Results

SHARE Interactive: Three Views of Tuesday’s Election Results

Not surprisingly, the voting patterns across the city in Tuesday’s mayoral runoff largely mirrored the results of the February election. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia found his strongest support in heavily Hispanic neighborhoods on the Northwest and Southwest Sides while Rahm Emanuel gained large numbers of votes from lakefront, North Side and to some extent South Side communities.

RELATED: INTERACTIVE MAP: Ward-by-ward breakdown of mayoral vote tally

Here are three visuals of the results, based on the precinct level data from the Chicago Board of Elections:


The the number of votes the winner of a precinct exceeded the loser’s total votes:


Click on the buttons to see the vote percentage for the candidates in each precinct:


Number of ballots cast as a percentage of registered voters in each precinct:

The Latest
The late Mitchell Caton and Calvin Jones’ 1981 painting recently was repainted. Another artist, unaware, began painting over it: “If he’d gone another 10 minutes, it could’ve been gone.”
The walkouts add to strikes called last week at two parts distribution centers in the suburbs.
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, a centrist Democrat who was elected to the Senate in 1992, was the oldest sitting U.S. senator.
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability on Friday said investigators were unable to find any victims of the alleged abuse.
Two women and a man have died after hazmat call shortly after 8 a.m. at a building in the 5800 block of North Broadway, fire officials said.