flossmoor election

Unofficial results show Hoag, Mitros ahead in village board race

Two incumbent Flossmoor trustees are ahead in the still-undecided village board election, according to unofficial results from the Cook County Clerk’s office.
 
Write-in candidates Michelle Svetic Nelson and David Bruni are trailing the incumbents, Perry Hoag and James Mitros, according to tentative results released by the clerk’s office on April 17.
 

H-F parks election sees Johnson re-elected, Ojode wins open seat

Two seats on the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District Board of Commissioners were open in the April 2019 election. Voters chose board president Steve Johnson to remain on the board, and also selected newcomer Linda Ojode. Ojode will fill the seat vacated by outgoing commissioner Christina Jackson, who did not run for reelection. Ojode beat out Brit Volini, who lost her second bid for a park district seat, by 2,308 votes to 2,083 votes.

 

Flossmoor Village Board race unsettled as write-in votes counted

The race for Flossmoor trustee might not be settled for nearly three more weeks. Unofficial results reveal first-time candidate Gyata Kimmons pulled in at least 10 percent more votes than his challengers on the ballot, with 1,464 votes. However, the official election results, including vote counts for write-in candidates David Bruni and Michelle Nelson, have not been announced.
 

Flossmoor trustee candidates field questions on village issues

The five candidates vying for three open Flossmoor village trustee seats shared their views Feb. 7 on topics ranging from the housing market to neighborhood unity. Candidates include incumbents James Mitros and Perry Hoag, who both have been on the board 24 years, as well as new challengers Gyata Kimmons, David Bruni and Michelle Nelson. Bruni and Nelson are running as write-in candidates.
 
 

District 233 forum offers insights into 10 candidates positions

The Homewood-Flossmoor League of Women Voters candidate forum on Sunday drew a crowd of about 50 people who got to hear 2-minute introductions, 1-minute answers to audience questions and 2-minute closing statements from Debbie Berman, Jonathan Cook, Pamela Jackson, Jimo Kasali, Merle Kimbrough-Huckabee, Nathan Legardy, P. Andrew Lindstrom, Gerald Pauling, Jody Scariano and Paris Walker.

 

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