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Tuesday's turnout lower than usual
By Mike Riopell
Apr 8, 2015 5:46 PM
Suburban voter turnout in Tuesday's election was low even by the low-turnout standards set by previous local elections. Less than 15 percent of voters showed up in most counties.
Fitch, Prendiville win seats on Wheaton City Council
By Jessica Cilella
Apr 8, 2015 12:29 AM
Newcomer Suzanne Fitch and incumbent John Prendiville win seats on the Wheaton City Council, together gathering 76 percent of the vote.
Des Plaines clerk takes heat over missing aldermanic photos
By Christopher Placek
Apr 7, 2015 6:08 PM
Some Des Plaines aldermen are upset that the city clerk temporarily removed their pictures from the lobby of City Hall, but the clerk says she was following election law and trying to avoid confusion. On Tuesday, the photos of three aldermen not up for election returned to the wall. The other photos were scheduled to return Wednesday, the day after the election.
Weidenfeld joins Berman, Trilling on BG village board
By Steve Zalusky
Apr 9, 2015 11:09 AM
With Dave Weidenfeld joining Jeff Berman and Steve Trilling on the Buffalo Grove village board Tuesday, the board is expected to undergo another seismic shift.
Gualdoni, Grabarek returned to Elburn board
By Susan Sarkauskas
Apr 7, 2015 10:32 PM
Elburn Trustee William Grabarek won a fourth term Tuesday to the village board. "I'm flattered, honored, golly. I really did not expect to do as well as I did," Grabarek, the top vote-getter said. Newcomer John Krukoff won one of the three seats. "I'm glad my neighbors thought I was going to do a good job for them," he said.
Heffernan re-elected as Lily Lake village president
By Scott Morgan
Apr 7, 2015 10:32 PM
Two-term incumbent Jesse Heffernan defeated challenger Mike Carlson on Tuesday to remain Lily Lake village president. Unofficial vote tallies showed Heffernan received 116 votes to Carlson's 86 votes. "I was expecting a bigger turnout for the amount of people who were complaining," said Carlson Tuesday. "But complaining and voting are two different things."
Radecki wins Geneva council seat; Burghart ‘optimistic' about 7-vote lead
By Harry Hitzeman
Apr 7, 2015 10:26 PM
Former Geneva Alderman Jim Radecki will return to the city council's 4th Ward post, and a former journalist holds a 7-vote lead for the 1st Ward seat.
Incumbents win South Elgin board race
By Madhu Krishnamurthy
Apr 7, 2015 10:10 PM
Incumbent Trustees Mike Kolodziej, Lisa Guess and Scott Richmond nabbed three open seats on the South Elgin village board Tuesday. With all precincts reporting, unofficial vote totals show Kolodziej garnered 796 votes, Guess received 733 votes, and Richmond collected 719 votes. Former trustee Bill DiFulvio received 515 votes.
Incumbents sweep all three seats in North Aurora
By Jake Griffin
Apr 7, 2015 9:28 PM
All three seats up for grabs in the North Aurora village board race went to the incumbents Tuesday night. Trustees Mark Guethle and Laura Curtis were reelected while Trustee Mark Carroll retains the seat he was appointed to nearly a year ago.
Skillicorn, Lynam, Hall win in East Dundee
By Dann Gire
Apr 7, 2015 9:38 PM
With all four precincts counted, unofficial totals show incumbents Allen Skillicorn and Jeffrey Lynam, plus newcomer Alan Hall won seats on the East Dundee Village Board Tuesday. Skillicorn received 74 percent of the votes with 301, followed by Lynam with 280 and Hall with 245. Former trustee and former mayor Jerald Bartels garnered 44 percent of the votes with 180.
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