When it comes to baby names, seems like Illinois parents like the tried-and-true.
According to the Social Security Administration (which keeps track of such things), parents again opted for Noah and Olivia, when it came to naming their newborns. In fact, Olivia has remained at the top of the Illinois naming leaderboard since 2013 (it was No.2 in 2012). Noah has snagged the top spot since 2014 (it was No.3 in 2012).
You can check out the full list state by state (and year by year) at www.socialsecurity.gov.
For boys, the top five of 2016 according to the SSA announcement were:
For girls, the top five of 2016 according to the SSA announcement were:
The middle child in a family of 10 children, Johnson grew up in a three-bedroom Elgin home with parents who were pastors and also foster parents. After his mother died, Johnson helped to carry the ministry forward. “This is really a faith walk,” he says of his run for mayor.
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