Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Two write-in candidates have thrown their names into the Grafton Township race - one is David Moore, of Huntley and husband of Supervisor Linda Moore.
Tuesday, February 12
Two write-in candidates have joined the race for Grafton Township positions, the First Electric Newspaper reports. The write-in candidates are running for the Feb. 26 Republican primary and include Huntley resident David Moore, husband of incumbent Grafton Supervisor Linda Moore, FEN reports. David Moore is running as a write-in candidate for a Grafton Township trustee seat. Former Huntley Library Board member Kathryn Francis, of Huntley, is a write-in candidate for township clerk, FEN reports. No candidates were running for the clerk post. The write-in candidates registered Dec. 27, with the county clerk's office. Related Stories: Grafton Township Election Race Packed with Candidates
Seven candidates vying for four trustee seats; current Algonquin Township clerk Marc Munaretto challenging Dianne Klemm for supervisor post.
While many local election races are searching for candidates, area township ballots are filled to the brim. And there's no exception when it comes to the Algonquin Township ballot. The township race begins with the Feb. 26 Republican Primary, and the Consolidated Election will determine the winners on April 9. The following candidates are running for four-year terms for Algonquin Township positions: Sitting township clerk Marc Munaretto is challenging incumbent Dianne Klemm for the supervisor position. Sitting township trustee Linda Lance is facing challenger Chuck Lutzow for the Algonquin Township Clerk title. Seven candidates are running for four trustee positions. The candidates include:
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Two candidates are running for mayor of Cary.
The only contested race for the Cary Village Board in the April 9 Consolidated Election is for the position of village mayor. Sitting Mayor Tom Kierna has opted not to seek re-election, leaving the spring race open between Village Trustee Bruce Kaplan and newcomer Mark Kownick. Both candidates filed petition packets to run for the mayoral seat, according to village officials. Kaplan is midway through a four-year village trustee term. Incumbent Village Clerk Nancy Bragg is also seeking re-election. She is running uncontested. As for the rest of the Cary Village Board, three of six trustee posts will be deciced by voters this April. Trustee seats held by Rick Dudek, Ray Chisholm and Jeff Kraus are up for election, according to village …