Greens Win Six Non-Partisan Elections in Wisconsin and Illinois

From Ballot Access News:

Both Wisconsin and Illinois held local non-partisan elections on April 5. Green Party members won six elections:

1. Steve Alesch was elected to the Warrenville Park District Commission in DuPage County, Illinois, in a contested election.
2. Toni Williams was elected to the Thornton Township High School District 205 board, Cook County, Illinois, in a contested election.
3. Don Crawford ran unopposed for a seat on the St. Elmo Library Board in Fayette County, Illinois.
4. Michael Drennan ran unopposed for a seat on the Ridgeville Park Board, Cook County, Illinois.
5. Bob Poeschl was re-elected to the Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Common Council, in a contested election.
6. Marsha Rummel was re-elected to the Madison, Wisconsin, Common Council, district 6, in a contested election.

Thanks to Brent McMillan for this news.

3 thoughts on “Greens Win Six Non-Partisan Elections in Wisconsin and Illinois

  1. whatever

    And kudos to the nonpartisan election system, which has elected six great independents to office.

    We should all unite behind Gov. Ventura’s call to destroy all political parties so we can score more such victories.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *