Tuesday, November 6, 2012
After months and months of political campaigning the races are over and all that remains is for the votes to be tabulated. Results for Congress, state and local races will be shared here once final vote totals are announced.
The presidential campaign is over now. Local races have grown increasingly contentious in the days leading up to Nov. 6. Now, the endless campaigning comes to an end and the attack ads will cease. All that remains is for the votes to be tallied and the winners announced. We will be updating the results for Congress, state and local races of interest to residents in St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia once the ballots are tabulated. Participate in a live blog tonight and share your thoughts with others in Kane County.
Sunday, December 11, 2011
State senator offers opportunity for families to send a free personalized Holiday season video greeting to their deployed family members.
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Sunday, December 11, 2011
State Sen. Chris Lauzen is inviting local military families with active servicemen and women to record and send a free personalized Holiday season video greeting to their deployed family members. Through the generosity of the Illinois Center for Broadcasting in Lombard, military families can record a free professional digital video message which will be transmitted via Facebook to their loved ones during this Christmas season. For more information, please call Sen. Chris Lauzen's office at 630-264-2334 or Jessica at Illinois Center for Broadcasting at 630-916-1700. Recording appointments can be scheduled through Friday, Dec. 16. Chris and Sarah Lauzen are the parents of two sons serving in the United States military. USMC Capt. Ted Lauzen…
Friday, December 9, 2011
Kevin Burns gets the support of five Republican township chairs in his bid for Kane County Board Chairman.
Five Republican Party township chairs have endorsed Kevin Burns' campaign for the Republican nomination as Kane County Board chairman. The Geneva mayor faces state Sen. Chris Lauzen in the March primary. "We are pleased to support Kevin Burns' campaign," said Mark Wissing, the GOP chair for Geneva Township. "This is a leadership position, and it needs to be filled by an administrator with the appropriate experience." In addition to Wissing, Burns received the endorsement of Ellen Nottke, Batavia Township; John Fahy, Dundee Township; Ken Shepro, St. Charles Township; and Mike Kenyon, Elgin Township. “Kevin Burns is the best qualified candidate for chairman of the Kane County Board," Kenyon said. "Not only does he understand municipal …