2022 Election news
Brian Zarbock, a former Kane County Deputy Coroner has announced he intends to run for DeKalb County Coroner in 2024.
The Kane County Democratic Women will host their annual Blue Wave Brews Fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m. Sept. 21, 2023, at Brother Chimp Brewing, 1059 W. Orchard Road, North Aurora.
Petition packets for established party candidates running for local offices in the March 19, 2024 general primary are now available at the Kane County Clerk's Office, 719 S. Batavia Ave., Building B, Geneva.
Incumbent Sandra Wegman, who said she will seek a seventh term as Kane County Recorder of Deeds, is facing a primary challenge from Aurora resident Adam Pauley for the GOP nomination in the March 19, 2024 primary.
The Kane County GOP leadership still does not have solid commitments from candidates to challenge Democratic incumbents for County Board Chair, Circuit Clerk, State’s Attorney or Auditor.
Kane County Clerk John Cunningham recently hosted staff from Minneapolis Election and Voter Services Office to have a tour and demonstration of vote-by-mail automation equipment.
So far, only one Republican is seeking election to a county-wide office in Kane County in the Nov. 5, 2024 general election, and that’s incumbent Coroner Rob Russell for a fourth term.
Kane County State’s Attorney Jamie Mosser plans to announce her intention to seek a second term at a re-election announcement and fundraising event on June 21, according to a social media post.
O'Dekirk spent $317,000 as Joliet looks like most expensive Illinois mayoral race outside of Chicago.
Tuesday was the last day for counting provisional and vote-by-mail ballots.
Kane County residents who are already suspicious of how local elections are run found a catalyst for those feelings when the county clerk’s website failed on election night.
The outcome of the election won’t be finalized until April 18, at which point the certification of the results is completed.
One of the races for the two open spots on the St. Charles Library Board race remains too close to call, as does the race for St. Charles City Council Ward 2.
The top vote-getters vying for a seat on the DeKalb District 428 school board reflect on how election night went.
Mudron likely winner in District 2 despite being subject of three reports from city inspector general.