Nov. 8 – it’s just a few days away. And, sure, the presidential election has gripped most of our attention (or caused some of us to run and hide), but a handful of local elections also deserves the consideration of Kane County voters.
Readers in the Kane County Chronicle’s coverage area will be asked to vote in at least one of the following races: U.S. House District 6, U.S. House District 11, U.S. House District 14, Illinois Senate District 25, Illinois House District 50, Kane County coroner, Kane County Board District 6, Kane County Board District 10, Kane County Board District 16 and Kane County Board District 18.
Information about candidates in these races is available through the Chronicle’s Election Central website, www.kcchronicle.com/election-central. There, the candidates have been asked to submit biographical information about themselves, as well as answer a list of election-related questions.
Many of these candidates also have their own campaign websites, have been attending forums and are walking door to door to meet voters.
This is your chance to find out who will best represent you in government, and we urge readers to learn about the candidates and vote.
Need to find your polling place? Determine your voter registration status? Or view a sample ballot?
Visit www.kanecountyelections.org and enter your information in the available fields.
We live in a democracy, so vote for the candidate you think will best represent you and your vision for how exceptional our community can be.