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Article updated: 4/3/2013 1:26 PM

Kane County's RTA board applicants

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• Manuel Barbosa -- retired judge

• Dale Berman -- North Aurora village president

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• Gustavo Cuevas -- management consultant

• Donald DeWitte -- retiring St. Charles mayor

• Michael Donahue -- current Kane County Board member

• Nabi Fakroddin -- member of St. Charles Zoning Board of Appeals; former director of the Kane County Division of Transportation

• Gilbert Feliciano -- former manager of public outreach for the RTA

• Donald Glaze

• Frank Imhoff -- manager for official documentation, office of secretary, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America; former campaign communications director for state Sen. Mike Noland; active member of Elgin Township Democrats

• Mari Johnson

• William Keck -- former Kane County auditor

• Larry Keller -- retiring West Dundee village president

• Sue Klinkhamer -- former St. Charles mayor; recently a district director for Congressman Bill Foster; Democratic candidate who opposed Kane County Board Chairman Chris Lauzen in November election

• Bonnie Kunkel -- former Kane County Board member

• Michael McDonnell

• Gregory Meyers -- former member of the Aurora Township Central Committee

• Jim Mitchell -- former Kane County Board member

• Jay Moffat -- consultant at A T Cord & Co., Inc.; longtime member of the Geneva beautification committee; former O'Hare International Airport air traffic controller

• Bob Moga

• Jim Pilmer -- superintendent for property standards with city of Aurora; former senior development officer at Aurora University

• David Reece -- second vice chairman of the Kane County Democratic Party

• William Sarto -- former Carpentersville village president; former auditor in state comptroller's office; sought Democratic nomination in 2012 primary for Kane County Board chairman (lost to Klinkhamer)

• Bernard Thomas -- Pingree Grove village board member

• Thomas Van Cleave -- former Kane County Board member

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