Election results

Illinois spring elections
2005-04-07T00:00:00Z Election results nwitimes.com
April 07, 2005 12:00 am

MUNICIPALITIES

CALUMET CITY

Mayor

Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush 3,108

Robert J. Garritano (write-in) NA

Tony G. Quiroz (write-in) NA

Aldermen

Ward 1

Edward "Eddie" Gonzalez 333

Ward 2

Magdalena J. "Leni" Wosczynski 484

Ward 3

Thaddeus M. Jones 328

Ward 4

Brian Wilson 387

Ward 5

Gerald A. "Gerry" Tarka 373

Ward 6

Nick Manousopoulos 371

Ward 7

Cynthia M. "Cindi" Pallick 515

Frank Giglio 346

City Clerk

Gloria L. Dooley 2,784

City Treasurer

Michael J. Zimmerman 2,991

DOLTON

Mayor

William Shaw 2,094

Robert "Bob" Watson 1,900

Frank Jones 0

Village Clerk

Renee Sims 1,887

Sharon Sperman 475

Judith J. Evans 1,945

Trustee (3)

Ronnie C. Lewis 2,121

James T. Jefferson 1,832

Denise Harris 1,927

Lee Fisher 479

Demetra A. Waddell 485

Esther Charleston 424

Loretta A. Broughton 1,584

Anthony W. Smith 1,460

Robert W. Payne 1,446

John W. Newsome 242

GLENWOOD

Village President

Jeanne F. Maggio 906

Ronald Clark (write-in) NA

Trustee (3)

Joseph J. Barry Jr. 1,109

Leonard P. Hill Sr. 1,090

Twone Thomas 1,128

Kerry Durkin (write-in) NA

Phil "Hill-O-Beans" Lincenberg (write-in) NA

Richard Nielsen (write-in) NA

Paul A. Pawlowski "Paw Paw" (write-in) NA

Village Clerk

Linda M. Frank 1,055

LANSING

Village President

Daniel R. Podgorski 3,097

James D. Molenaar 1,892

Trustee (3)

Patricia L. Eidam 2,752

Anthony M. DeLaurentis 2,761

Robert L. Ryan, Jr. 2,971

David L. Dekker 1,943

James L. Flessor 1,930

Naomi E. Guhl 1,749

Clerk

Jean U. Eisha 2,769

Jacqueline M. Martin 2,103

LYNWOOD

Village President

Eugene "Gene" Williams 1,062

Randall K. Blakey, 834

Village Trustee (3)

Robert Carducci 1,005

Willie Sims 997

Rich Stephens 941

Jay A. Schaap 825

Denise R. Lilly 855

Carl B. Toren 835

Village Clerk

Roy Valle 1,002

Antoinette K. Sallas 872

SAUK VILLAGE

Mayor

Roger Peckham 739

David A. Hanks 697

Village Trustee (3)

John A. Poskin 608

James E. Schultz 657

Derrick N. Burgess 636

James J. Slawnikowski 696

Village Clerk

Elizabeth A. Selvey 1,097

SOUTH HOLLAND

Village President

Don A. DeGraff 6,754

Robert Shaw 456

Angela Thomas-Lots 142

Village Trustee (3)

Arthur L. Bennett 6,362

Larry W. DeYoung 6,221

Frank E. Knittle 5,854

Maricella A. Garcia 759

Adesina A. Adeyeni 515

James W. Johnson 813

Village Clerk

Sallie D. Penman 6,235

Velma Smith-Henderson 877

STEGER

Village President

Louis Sherman 622

Sherry Newquist 315

Village Trustee (3)

Thomas E. Seehausen 559

Charles T. Fajman 496

Joseph Kaiser 401

Gary M. Finnin 271

Ernesto "Ernie" Lopez, Jr. 352

Matthew Wenzel 280

William "Billy" Joyce 243

THORNTON

Village President

Jack C. Swan 299

Nathan B. Clark 25

Judy A. Diekelman 193

Paul J. Tomasik 114

Deborah L. Kopec 293

Village Trustee (3)

Timothy L. Lively 496

Judy K. Baumgart 611

Daniel G. DeBord. Jr. (write-in) NA

Lori Lareau (write-in) NA

Tom Szewczykowski (write-in) NA

Belinda Wolke (write-in) NA

Village Clerk

Cheryl L. Bult-Lehmwald 789

TOWNSHIPS

BLOOM TOWNSHIP

Supervisor

Thomas "TJ" Somer 8,976

Toi W. Hutchinson 7,313

Clerk

Lisa M. Aprati 8,328

John A. Ostenburg 7,607

Assessor

Susan Fares 8,328

David Aurelio Gonzalez 7,566

Collector

Keith L. Lott 7,040

Kathryn "Kathy" Ellis 8,747

Highway Commissioner

Sam J. Costello 7,046

Joseph Patrick Stanfa 8,596

Charles "Drainage" Dieringer (write-in) NA

Trustee (4)

Theresa "Terry" Brink 7,305

Patricia "Pat" Donahue 7,171

David J. Santori 6,996

Vic Villarreal 6,163

Carla Matthews 8,168

Robert L. Rossi 8,515

Belia Campos-Heiting 7,017

Kevin Watson 7,940

THORNTON TOWNSHIP

Supervisor

Frank M. Zuccarelli 22,995

Bernard P. McCann Sr. 5,209

Clerk

Jacqueline E. Davis-Rivera 18,178

Gwendolyn L. David 8,791

Assessor

Christopher D. Gonzalez 19,836

Robert James Breski 6,798

Highway Commissioner

George Miller 20,389

Ronald J. Waters 6,283

Collector

Rodger D. Horton 19,882

Marie D. Alvarado 6,734

Trustee (4)

Marion Beck 19,578

Norbert Cipowski 16,962

Joyce M. Washington 18,653

Helen E. Evans 17,844

Sharyn V. Wiley 5,989

Linda D. Pasternak 6,954

Gene "Wojciechowski" Wolfe 6,661

Carl H. Johnson 7,208

COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARDS

PRAIRIE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE D.515 (3)

John J. Marks 15,232

Joseph "Joe" Maun 8,794

Mark Fazzini 11,474

Margaret "Peg" Donohue 12,080

A. "Arzrow" William Staten 4,810

Nicholas J. Rohn 4,810

Peter D. Rohn 6,510

SOUTH SUBURBAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE D.510 (3)

Frank M. Zuccarelli 34,517

Terry Wells 31,562

Joseph Whittington, Jr. 30,655

SCHOOL BOARDS

BROOKWOOD D.167 (4)

Jacqueline R. Ford 1,436

Shirley Brunson 1,433

Arthur F. Taylor 1,381

Alysse K. (Lisa) Hansen 1,422

CALUMET CITY D.155 (4)

James D. Crull 597

Stanley R. Long 608

Diane C. Krueger 628

John M. Myers 549

Annette Lewis 512

Kathryne H. Stern 506

Wayne C. Baker (write-in) NA

Vicki D. Montgomery (write-in) NA

Nick Valle (write-in) NA

DOLTON D.149 (3)

Bertha L. Jolly 3,488

Pamela Eldridge 3,509

Lolita C. Crisler-Liggons 3,298

DOLTON D.148 (4)

Joyce C. Jackson 2,521

Johnie Gude 1,343

Ernesto E. Mickens Jr. 1,700

Pamela L. Gibson 2,076

Jimmy Carter 1,458

Kerry E. Braxton 1,582

HOOVER SCHRUM MEMORIAL D.157 (4)

Kenneth Taylor 824

Viki Gutierrez 762

Phyllis Thomas 743

Kia Katie Banske (write-in) NA

Kyra Henderson (write-in) NA

Mercedes Mallette (write-in) NA

SANDRIDGE D.172

(2 unexpired 2-year term)

Aurazela Majors 391

Angela Smith 429

(3 full 4-year term)

David Ramey 239

Elmer Embry Jr. 147

Bettina Grivetti 336

Cheryl Ward 387

Darryl Snelling 326

SOUTH HOLLAND D.150 (4)

Sherie Nunnally 2,366

Nina Graham 2,346

Felix O. Babatunde 1,129

James J. Gill 1,983

Sue Christofanelli 1,551

David J. Burke 1,454

Reginald K. Holmes 1,711

SOUTH HOLLAND D.151 (4)

Patrice Burton 2,728

Michael L. Nylen 2,555

Lanell Gilbert 2,481

Victor Jones 2,506

THORNTON FRACTIONAL TOWNSHIP D.215

(One for unexpired 2-year term)

Karen Walker-Kehl 3,948

Dominic Rossi 3,372

(Four for full 4-year term)

Debra A. Waitekus 5,016

Marcia A. Pavich 5,461

Charles E. Maricich Jr. 4,373

Natalie Owen 4,479

Kathleen M. Manno 5,287

David Kacanowski 3,897

THORNTON TOWNSHIP D.205

(1 for unexpired 2-year term)

Victor Coriano 6,457

Julius Patterson 9,064

(Four for full 4-year term)

Ray Banks 9,768

Sharon G. Voliva 6,700

Arthur T. Burton 8,101

Bernadette Lawrence 8,101

Katherine Biesiada 4,484

Cleo Smith 4,636

Mark Reed 4,056

Ra'Shande Alcaraz 2,767

Kenneth Williams 4,468

Gayles Evans 4,083

Lemuel Askew 2,394

Keith Price 5,266

REFERENDA

GLENWOOD-LYNWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT

Shall the annual public library tax rate for the Glenwood-Lynwood Public Library District, Cook County, Illinois, be established at .50 percent of the value, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, instead of at .25 percent, the maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended?

Yes 1,622

No 1,126

LAN-OAK PARK DISTRICT

Shall the Lan Oak Park District, Cook County, Illinois, renovate and improve the District's existing aquatic facility located at Bock Park at a cost not to exceed $3,500,000?

Yes 1,277

No 2,579

DOLTON SCHOOL D.149

Shall the maximum annual tax rate for educational purposes for Dolton School District 149, Cook County, Illinois, be increased and established at 3.5 percent upon all the taxable property of said school district at the value, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, instead of 2.9 percent, the present maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended for said purposes?

Yes 1,607

No 2,259

Shall the maximum annual. tax rate for operations and maintenance purposes for Dolton School District 149, Cook County, Illinois, be increased and established at .55 percent upon all the taxable property of said school district at the value, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, instead of .375 percent, the present maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended for said purposes?

Yes 1,554

No 2,078

THORNTON TOWNSHIP D.205

Shall the maximum annual tax rate for educational purposes of Thornton Township High School District 205, Cook County, Illinois, commonly known as Thornton Township High School District 205, be increased and established at 3.4 percent upon all taxable property of said district at the value, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, instead of 2.7 percent, the existing maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended for said purposes?

Yes 7,057

No 9,033

SAUK VILLAGE

Shall the Village of Sauk Village's annual levy for a tax to provide revenue for the purpose of fire protection in the Village of Sauk Village be increased from .4 percent of the value of all taxable property in the Village of Sauk Village to .6 percent of the value of all taxable property in the Village of Sauk Village?

Yes 688

No 494

Shall the extension limitation under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for the Village of Sauk Village be increased from 3.3 percent to 12/2 percent for the 2005 levy year?

Yes 454

No 713

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