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Perez wins Kane sheriff's race

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  • With son Stephan by his side, Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez holds up four fingers and says, "Four more years," while celebrating his re-election at Piper's Banquets in Aurora on Tuesday. Perez thanked his wife, Terrie, and two sons, Gabe and Stephan, along with all his supporters. He also said it would be his last term.

       With son Stephan by his side, Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez holds up four fingers and says, "Four more years," while celebrating his re-election at Piper's Banquets in Aurora on Tuesday. Perez thanked his wife, Terrie, and two sons, Gabe and Stephan, along with all his supporters. He also said it would be his last term.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Republican Kane County Sheriff candidate Don Kramer and his daughter Holly wait out results Tuesday at Riverside Receptions in Geneva.

       Republican Kane County Sheriff candidate Don Kramer and his daughter Holly wait out results Tuesday at Riverside Receptions in Geneva.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Evelyn Schneider of Geneva greets Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez at his election night party Tuesday in Aurora.

       Evelyn Schneider of Geneva greets Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez at his election night party Tuesday in Aurora.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Lt. Pat Gengler and Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez watch the first election results come in Tuesday in Aurora.

       Lt. Pat Gengler and Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez watch the first election results come in Tuesday in Aurora.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

 
 

Kane county sheriff pat perez spent most of the past two years battling the county board for more money. in the end, he always came out with just the right amount of cash he needed.

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