Friday, April 12, 2013
Area voters reported little to no wait at polling places for the April 9 local election.
On April 9, just 17.62 percent of voters made it out to the polls in Lake County to vote in the this year's consolidated election, according to the Lake County Clerk's website. Voter turnout in Tuesday's consolidated election was higher in suburban Cook and McHenry counties, but it was an average turnout for a local election in Lake County. Since 2005, turnout in Lake County has ranged from as low as 15.04 percent of voters casting their ballot in 2011 to as high as 21.90 percent voting in 2009, according to the elections results archive from the Lake County Clerk's website. Comparably speaking, during last November's presidential election, 71.18 percent of registered voters made it to the polls in Lake County. Other counties also …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Get results here for the April 9, 2013 election.
Update, 8:49 p.m.: With all 47 precincts reporting, Incumbent Cook Memorial Library Board Trustees Bonnie Quirke and Ann E. Oakley, along with newcomer Joe Bean, are the projected winners, with 23.27, 26.08 and 17.01 percent of the votes, respectively. The results do include early voting and vote by mail ballots, but they do not include provisional or late-arriving vote by mail ballots. -------------- Update, 7:51 p.m.: With 43 of 47 precincts reporting, Ann E. Oakley, Bonnie Quirke and Phyllis A. Dobbs are in the lead for the Cook Memorial Library Board race. -------------- Original story: Patch is your source for local election results. This is where we will post updated election results once the polls close on April 9, 2013. There were …
Barbara Oilschlager and Philip J. Carrigan are the projected winners of Tuesday's College of Lake County Board of Trustees election.
Updated 9:30 p.m. Tuesday Unofficial results from the Lake County Clerk, not including provisional and late arriving vote by mail ballots projects the winners of the CLC Board race to be Barbara Oilschlager and Philip J. Carrigan. There were two openings on the College of Lake County board. Below is the list of candidates who ran. All candidates were sent questionnaires. Click on the names of those who returned the questionnaires to read their full profile. The candidates include Philip J. Carrigan, of Waukegan; Jeanne Marie Dauray, of Round Lake; retired vice president of student development Darl E. Drummond, of Gurnee; incumbent trustee John W. Lumber, of Ingleside; and incumbent trustee Barbara D. Oilschlager, of Grayslake. The 6-year …
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Read about the candidates in Libertyville races here on Patch!
See a sample ballot from the Lake County Clerk for your area's races.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Here's a look at the contested races affecting Libertyville.
Election Day is April 9. Patch sent questionnaires to candidates running in contested races. Visit the pages below to learn more about the various races before you head to the polls. Meet the Candidates for Cook Memorial Public Library Board Meet the Candidates for College of Lake County Board
Friday, March 22, 2013
Philip J. Carrigan is among five candidates seeking two seats on the CLC Board.
Name: Philip J. Carrigan Age: 68 yr Family: wife-Mary Clare Jakes, daughter-Erin Carrigan, son-in-law--Jeremy Bell, grand daughters-Audrey & Elizabeth Bell (14 mo old twins) Education: B.S. Pharmacy,Mass Col Pharmacy; M.S. Industrial Pharmacy, Northeastern U,Boston; Ph.D. Pharmacokinetics, Univ Connecticut Occupation: Abbott Laboratories-pharmaceutical research & drug monitoring immunoassays (retired 2004, 31 yr of service) Previous Elected or Appointed Offices: CLC Trustee 2005--2011, Precinct Committeeman 2004, 2012 Other community involvement: Lk Cty Board of Health 1985--90; Youth Build GED tutor 2005--2009; Waukegan Twp Eddie Washington Ctr for Men-Advisory Cmt, Staben House for Women w Childen-Advisory Cmt (transitional housing …
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Darl E. Drummond is among five people seeking two seats on the College of Lake County Board.
Name: Darl E. Drummond Age: 60 Family: Single Education: Bachelors of Science in Education; Masters of Science in Guidance and Counseling Occupation: Higher Education Administrator Previous Elected or Appointed Offices: No Other community involvement: Lake County United Way; YMCA-Northern Lakes; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Links Incorporated; and twice named: the Most Influential African American in Lake County by Soring Eagle Publications; Position sought: Election to the College of Lake County Board of Trustees Campaign E-mail address: email@example.com Campaign committee: None Campaign Website: None Campaign Facebook: See me on Facebook as Darl Drummond Campaign Twitter: None Why are you running? I recently retired from the …
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Six people are running for three Cook Memorial Public Library District board seats in the April 9 election. Read their candidate profiles to learn more about them.
Voters will select three Cook Memorial Public Library District board members from a pool of five candidates in the April 9 election. The candidates include: incumbent Bonnie Quirke (Libertyville), incumbent Ann E. Oakley (Libertyille), Hela Ben-ayed (Libertyville), Phyllis A. Dobbs (Vernon Hills), Joe Bean (Libertyville), incumbent Tommy Koo (Vernon Hills). Patch sent candidate questionnaires to all six contenders. Click on each candidate's name for information about their experience, goals and thoughts about issues affecting the library district. Joe Bean Hela Ben-ayed Phyllis A. Dobbs — Candidate did not respond. Tommy Koo Ann E. Oakley — Candidate did not respond. Bonnie Quirke
Bonnie Quirke is among six people seeking three spots on the Cook Memorial Public Library District Board.
Name: Bonnie Quirke Age: Candidate did not respond. Family: Married, 6 children, 11 grandchildren Education: Registered Nurse, Diploma Occupation: Retired, Former Intensive Care Nurse Previous Elected or Appointed Offices: Presently Cook Memorial Library District Board President Other community involvement: Active in Lake County Right to Life. I am running as an Independent. I am active in my church and other community orginizations. Position sought: Trustee Cook Library Campaign E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Campaign committee: None Campaign Website: None Campaign Facebook: None Campaign Twitter: None Why are you running? I have a great deal of experience with the library. I love the library and the staff. I want to continue in order…