.

UPDATE: 2011 Lake in the Hills Election Results

Candidates for Lake in the Hills Board of Trustee, District 158 and District 300 school boards and Algonquin-LITH Fire Protection District are up for election.

UPDATED: 11:00 p.m.

Here are the preliminary results for area races as of 11 p.m.:

Lake in the Hills Board of Trustees

27 of 27 precincts reporting; three open seats

  • Ray Bogdanowski: 515
  • Bill Dustin: 275
  • Russell J. Ruzanski: 421
  • Paul Mulcahy: 460
  • Joseph Wright: 297

 

Community Unit School District 300

25 of 25 precincts reporting in McHenry County; 43 of 43 precincts reporting in Kane County; four open seats.

  • Susie Kopacz: 3,393
  • Monica Clark: 1,983
  • Joe Stevens: 3,343
  • Karen J. Plaza: 2,702
  • Steve Fiorentino: 3,332
  • Chris Stanton: 3,539

 

33 of 33 precincts reporting; two open seats

  • Mike Markowitz: 1145
  • John Bradach: 966
  • Charles Parker Jr.: 916

 

– six-year term

34 of 34 precincts reporting in McHenry, 2 of 2 precincts in Kane County; two open seats

  • Brian Schwarz: 706
  • Erin Van Der Bosch: 867
  • Doris M. Benes: 59 Kane: 718
  • Patricia R. Pedretti: 794


District 155 Board of Education

80 of 80 precincts reporting in McHenry; three open seats

  • Barbara J. Slusin: 4,075
  • Karen K. Whitman: 4,188
  • James Nelson: 4,151

According to the McHenry County Clerk, these results are unofficial.

 

UPDATED: 8:04 p.m.

Election results are slowly starting to trickle in.

As of 8 p.m., with only a small majority of precincts reporting, the vote totals for area races are as follows:

Lake in the Hills Board of Trustees

2 of 27 precincts reporting; three open seats

  • Ray Bogdanowski: 0
  • Bill Dustin: 0
  • Russell J. Ruzanski: 0
  • Paul Mulcahy: 0
  • Joseph Wright: 0

 

Community Unit School District 300

4 of 25 precincts reporting; four open seats

  • Susie Kopacz: 68, 14.17%
  • Monica Clark: 50, 10.42%
  • Joe Stevens: 94, 19.58%
  • Karen J. Plaza: 76, 15.83%
  • Steve Fiorentino: 100, 20.83%
  • Chris Stanton: 92, 19.17%

 

Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fire Protection District

4 of 26 precincts reporting; two open seats

  • John Bradach: 73
  • Charles Parker Jr.: 57
  • Mike Markowitz: 80, 38.10%

 

3 of 27 precincts reporting; two open seats

  • Patrick J. Conley: 65, 13.08%
  • Bonnie Bayser: 193
  • Sean Smith: 25
  • David Veath: 36
  • Terry Hora: 48
  • Joseph V. Mahoney: 96
  • Jerry Bergquist: 34

 

District 155 Board of Education

18 of 80 precincts reporting; three open seats

  • Barbara J. Slusin: 500
  • Karen K. Whitman: 520
  • James Nelson: 526

 

Algonquin Library – six-year term

6 of 34 precincts reporting; two open seats

  • Brian Schwarz: 54
  • Erin Van Der Bosch: 67
  • Doris M. Benes: 59
  • Patricia R. Pedretti: 68

 

– Four-year term

3 of 21 precincts reporting; four open seats

  • Janice I. Schadt: 225
  • Ann Christiansen: 229
  • H. Mitchell Baker: 200
  • Donald Ayers: 204

 

District 158 – two-year term

3 of 23 precincts reporting; one open seat

  • Michael Skala: 238

 

District 158 – four-year term

3 of 23 precincts reporting; three open seats

  • Kevin Gentry: 222
  • Anthony Quagliano: 227
  • William Geheren: 217

 

The spring election for area local races is quickly approaching.

On April 5, voters will be able to decide on open seats for the Lake in the Hills Board of Trustees and who they would like filling spots on area school boards, fire protection district boards and library boards.

is now available and provides bio information on candidates and other election-related information, such as where your closest polling place is.

If you have something you would like to share with the community regarding the upcoming election, feel free to send a letter to the editor to Amie Schaenzer at amie.schaenzer@patch.com.

Check back on Tuesday for results from the election.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »