… And just like that, 2013 Consolidated Election season is over. Kaput. Finito.
SUGAR GROVE—Long-simmering tensions between Village President Sean Michels and his challenger, trustee Kevin Geary, spilled into public view just weeks prior to the April 9 election for Village President.
Two candidates will challenge for the seat of Blackberry Township supervisor on April 9
Two candidates will vie for a seat on the Elburn Fire Protection Trustee Board
Two candidates on April 9 will challenge for the position of Kaneville Township highway commissioner.
John Guddendorf Jr. is one of three candidates who will seek a Sugar Grove Fire Protection District trustee seat on April 9. Sugar Grove Fire Protection District trustee candidates David Linden and Cheryl Wojciechowski did not reply to the Elburn Herald’s election questionnaire.
Four candidates are seeking the seat of Sugar Grove township supervisor.
Two candidates vie for the seat of Virgil Township highway commissioner on April 9.
Two candidates will vie for the Kaneville Village President seat on April 9.
Five candidates will vie for two open seats on the WCC Board.
Blackberry TWP.—A referendum on the April 9 General Election ballot will ask Blackberry Township residents to vote on whether to increase the township road district’s limiting tax rate from 16.5 cents per $100 EAV (equalized assessed valuation) to 30.26 cents.
Sugar Grove—An advisory referendum on the April 9 General Election ballot will ask Sugar Grove residents to vote on whether to allow video gambling machines in the village.
Two candidates and one write-in candidate will vie for two six-year term seats on the Sugar Grove Library Board
Two incumbents and three newcomers will vie for three open seats on the Sugar Grove Village Board.
Four candidates will compete for three four-year-term seats, while three other candidates will vie for two two-year positions.
Two incumbents and two newcomers will vie for three open seats on the Elburn Village Board in next month’s General Election.
Incumbent squares off with long-time village trustee
Incumbent Sean Michels will face a challenge for his Sugar Grove village president seat from board trustee Kevin Geary.