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The Daily Herald Editorial Board

A summary of our endorsements in Cook County races Here is a summary of Daily Herald endorsements in Fox Valley municipal and school board races and local referendums.

Municipal races

Algonquin village board: Brian Dianis, Jerry Glogowski, Robert Smith

Aurora City Council: Edward Bugg (Ward 9), Judd Lofchie (Ward 10), Robert O'Connor (At-Large)

Barrington village president: Karen Darch

Barrington Hills village president: Robert Abboud

Barrington Hills village board: Colleen Konicek Hannigan, Michael Harrington, Fritz Gohl

Bartlett village president: Patricia Kelly

Batavia City Council: Jim Volk, Eldon Frydendall, Robert Liva, Drew McFadden

Campton Hills village board: Al Lenkaitis Jr., Mike Millette, John Strauss

Carpentersville village board: Kevin Rehberg, Pat Schultz, Virginia Stephens

Cary village president: Bruce Kaplan

East Dundee village president: Jerald Bartels

East Dundee village board: Rob Gorman, Paul VanOstenbridge, Kirstin Wood

Elburn village board: Jeff Walter, Patricia Schuberg, Ken Anderson

Fox River Grove village board: Michael Ireland, Suzanne Blohm, Andrew Migdal

Gail Borden Library board: Patricia Harkin, Elizabeth Kruger,, Susan Moylan

Geneva City Council: Michael Bruno (Ward 1)

Geneva mayor: Kevin Burns

Grafton Township Supervisor: James Kearns

Grafton Township Board: Robert Wagner, Marcella Gordon, Dan Ziller Jr., Joseph Holtorf

Hampshire village board: George Brust, Martin Ebert, Deborah Mirandi

Huntley village board: John Piwko, Ronda Goldman, J.R. Westberg

Lake in the Hills village president: Paul Mulcahy

Lake in the Hills village board: Denise Barreto, Stephen Harlfinger, Robert Huckins

North Aurora village board: Christopher Faber, Mark Gaffino, Michael Lowery

Pingree Grove village board: Steve Wiedmeyer, Ray LaMarca, Joseph Nowosielski

Roselle village board: Carrie Dahlstrom, Andrew Maglio, Terrence Wittman

South Elgin village board: Scott Richmond, John Sweet, Robert Sauceda

St. Charles mayor: Ray Rogina

St. Charles City Council: Ron Silkaitis (Ward 1), Cliff Carrignan (Ward 2), William Turner (Ward 3), Kim Malay (Ward 5)

Sugar Grove village president: Sean Michels

Sugar Grove Library Board: Edward DeBartolo, Pat Graceffa

Sugar Grove village board: Rick Montalto, Robert Bohler, Gayle Deja-Schultz

Wayne village board: Howard Levine, Ann Marie Tigges, Michael Anastasio

West Chicago mayor: Ruben Pineda

West Chicago council Ward 2: Rosalinda Delgado

West Dundee village president: Chris Nelson

West Dundee village board: Patrick Hanley, Daniel Wilbrandt, William Pflanz

School boards

Aurora West Unit Dist. 129: Mark Bradford, Valerie Brown Dykstra, Neal Ormond

Batavia Unit Dist. 101: Tina Bleakley, Gary Grizaffi, Michael Papka, Jason Stoops

Benjamin Dist. 25: Jack Buscemi, Vincent Engstrom, Dennis Peterson, Anna Taylor

Cary D26 school board: Christopher Christensen, Josh Howel, Julie Jette, Floyd Myers

Central Unit Dist. 301: Jeff Gorman, Jeffrey Kellenberger, Maggie Perry

Elgin Community College: Clare Ollayos, Rise Jones, Angela Causey, Nadia Daley

Elgin-area Unit U-46: Donna Smith, Vernonica Noland, Frank Napolitano

Fox River Grove Consolidate Dist. 3: Patrick Riley, Timothy Hatfield, Stephen Pickering, Patrick Wall

McHenry County College: Chris Jenner, Mike Smith, Tom Wilbeck

St. Charles Unit Dist. 303: Steven Spurling, Mike Vyzral, Corinne Pierog, Edward McNally

Geneva Unit Dist. 304: Jeffrey DiOrio, Fred Dresser. Mark Grosso, Bill Wilson

Naperville Unit Dist. 203: Susan Crotty, Jay Fisher, Jackie Romberg, Neil Samuels

West Chicago Dist. 33: Christine Scheck, Brenda Vishanoff, Juliann Pearson, Susan Stibal

West Chicago H.S. Dist. 94: Dirk Gunderson, Rich Nagel, Gary Saake, Christy Lauf

Referendums

Dist. 156 bond issue: Yes

Electrical aggregation: Yes

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