Unofficial election results announced in LaSalle, Lee and Bureau counties


MENDOTA - Area voters had only a handful of contested races to decide in the April 6 Consolidated Election ballot. The unofficial results for the contested races in local communities in LaSalle, Lee and Bureau counties include:

  • LA SALLE COUNTY

MENDOTA GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 289

BOARD OF EDUCATION

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from Mendota Township 36N Range 1E

(Vote for two)

HOLLI RAPP - 448 (27.47%)

TIM POHL - 340 (20.85%)

SEAN PAPPAS - 233 (14.29%)

AMANDA COSS - 361 (22.13%)

ELIZABETH ZINK - 249 (15.27%)

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from remaining Congressional Townships

(Vote for one)

JOEL D. JOHNSON - 531 (100%)

MENDOTA TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR

(Vote for one)

MICHAEL GEBER - 285 (45.53%)

SUSAN HOCHSTATTER - 341 (54.47%)

TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER

(Vote for one)

CARLOS S. AMBLER - 360 (52.17%)

MARVIN FULTZ - 330 (47.83%)

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

(Vote for not more than four)

MICHAEL L. WASMER - 543 (24.55%)

JEROME (JERRY) O’SADNICK - 430 (19.44%)

TRACY KNAPP - 467 (21.11%)

EVAN WIXOM - 408 (18.44%)

THOMAS W. TROUTMAN - 364 (16.46%)

OPHIR TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

(Vote for not more than four)

STEPHEN C. NASHOLD - 47 (23.27%)

ETHEL M. BAUER - 42 (20.79%)

PAUL SALANDER - 37 (18.32%)

JEFFERY LANDERS - 47 (23.27%)

JAMES SUNDBERG - 29 (14.36%)

CITY OF EARLVILLE

MAYOR - 4-year term

(Vote for one)

MICHAEL S. HALL - 114 (48.93%)

MARK ACTIS - 119 (51.07%)

 

  • LEE COUNTY

VILLAGE OF COMPTON

VILLAGE TRUSTEE - Unexpired 2-year term

(Vote for one)

HAZEL SIMS - 40 (78.43%)

WILL GIZA - 11 (21.57%)

VILLAGE OF PAW PAW

VILLAGE PRESIDENT

(Vote for one)

MICHAEL TORMAN - 126 (70.79%)

JOHN PRENTICE - 52 (29.21%)

VILLAGE TRUSTEE - 4-year term

(Vote for not more than three)

ANITA K. HOPKINS - 130 (29.08%)

TARA MILTON - 82 (18.34%)

KARL J. KARLSSON - 86 (19.24%)

DONNA CHICK - 149 (33.33%)

VILLAGE OF SUBLETTE

VILLAGE TRUSTEE

(Vote for not more than three)

ROBERT BULFER - 44 (22.11%)

JULIE KESSEL - 46 (23.12%)

LARRY ELLIS - 37 (18.59%)

MACKENZIE BELAN - 37 (18.59%)

DOUG WORRELL - 35 (17.59%)

BROOKLYN TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER

(Vote for one)

JERROLL K. SWOPE - 77 (45.29%)

GERALD A. HANSON- 93 (54.171%)

MENDOTA GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 289

BOARD OF EDUCATION

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from Mendota Township 36N Range 1E

(Vote for two)

HOLLI RAPP - 96 (29.36%)

TIM POHL - 66 (20.18%)

SEAN PAPPAS - 44 (13.46%)

AMANDA COSS - 60 (18.35%)

ELIZABETH ZINK- 61 (18.65%)

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from remaining Congressional Townships

(Vote for one)

JOEL D. JOHNSON - 145 (100%)

LA MOILLE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 303

PROPOSITION TO ELECT BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS AT LARGE

Shall members of the Board of Education of LaMoille C.U.S.D. #303, Bureau and Lee Counties, Illinois, be elected in 2021 and thereafter, at large and without restriction by area of residence within the district instead of the current restriction that not more than three (3) members on the board of education may be selected from one (1) congressional township in the school district?

YES - 1 (25%)

NO - 3 (75%)

 

  • BUREAU COUNTY

LA MOILLE TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR

(Vote for one)

BONNIE PEARSON - 56 (35.44%)

DAVID WEEKS - 102 (64.56%)

MENDOTA GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 289

BOARD OF EDUCATION

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from Mendota Township 36N Range 1E

(Vote for two)

HOLLI RAPP - 10 (31.25%)

TIM POHL - 6 (18.75%)

SEAN PAPPAS - 1 (3.13%)

AMANDA COSS - 8 (25%)

ELIZABETH ZINK - 7 (21.88%)

TO SERVE A FULL 4-YEAR TERM - from remaining Congressional Townships

(Vote for one)

JOEL D. JOHNSON - 10 (100%)

LAMOILLE CUSD NO. 303

PROPOSITION TO ELECT BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS AT LARGE

Shall members of the Board of Education of LaMoille C.U.S.D. #303, Bureau and Lee Counties, Illinois, be elected in 2021 and thereafter, at large and without restriction by area of residence within the district instead of the current restriction that not more than three (3) members on the board of education may be selected from one (1) congressional township in the school district?

YES - 179

NO - 45

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