Sunday, March 10, 2013
Your guide to the St. Charles April 9 Consolidated Election.
Early voting in the Spring 2013 Local Elections begins Monday, March 25, and ends Saturday, April 6. Election Day is Tuesday, April 9. Election Central St. Charles is your guide to the ballot contests that affect St. Charles. ADD YOUR VOICE TO THE LOCAL DEBATE: Do you have something to say about the local election? Join Patch and post a Local Voices blog. VOTER INFO: To find out if you are registered, to find your designated polling location and to see your sample ballot, check:
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
March 14 forum planned at Bridges Montessori Academy.
Another community group has announced plans to host a March 14 forum to introduce the candidates for the five aldermanic seats on the St. Charles City Council. Ten candidates are vying for the positions, with only 4th Ward Alderwoman Jo Krieger unopposed. Concerned Coalition for Sensible Spending of St Charles Inc. has scheduled the resident’s forum for the entire slate of candidates for alderman. The forum is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 14, at Bridges Montessori Academy, 1713 Howard St. Each of the 10 candidates will have three minutes to present his/her platform, followed by an informal question-and-answer session with residents. The entire St Charles community is invited to attend. To date, the West-Side neighborhood …
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Candidates to have time to introduce themselves, respond to questions during session at the Baker Community Center.
Saturday, February 9
St. Charles residents will have a chance to interview and learn more about the four men running in the April 9 election for St. Charles mayor during a candidates forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in the auditorium of the Baker Community Center, 101 S. 2nd St. Alderman Ray Rogina, John Rabchuk, Jotham Stein, and Jake Wyatt are the candidates, and all have agreed to participate in a casual town hall-style format, where they will sit and discuss the issues and answer questions from St. Charles residents. This forum, which was planned by the West-Side neighborhood group 2R2R (for River to Randall, Railway to Route 64), marks the first time in recent memory that residents, rather than a political or municipal group like the League of Women …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Election season I upon us, and Patch can help you get the word out about your campaign for City Council, Township, Park District and School Board offices.
If you are running for election to political office in St. Charles, St. Charles Community Unit School District 303, the St. Charles Park District for St. Charles Township, St. Charles Patch wants to help you get your message out to voters. This is the age of new media, so we’re asking those candidates who have not been in contact with us yet to email St. Charles Patch editor Ted Schnell with your contact information — a phone number and an email address that you check regularly. In the coming weeks, we’ll be asking you to fill out a brief form about who you are, what office you are seeking and the issues you are pursuing as a candidate. Then we can post that information where the people who live and vote in this community can stop in to …