|DuPage County||%||Will County||%||Total Votes||%|
|John ‘Johnny’ Krummen||4109||13.4%||1066||9.7%||5175||12.4%|
|Kevin Michael Coyne||4621||15.0%||1579||14.4%||6200||14.8%|
|Kevin M. Gallaher||3112||10.1%||883||8.0%||3995||9.6%|
100 percent reporting / unofficial results
The top-4 vote-getters won election for 4-year terms to serve on Naperville City Council.
Unofficial results subject to error.
Binding Question / The ballot in the Consolidated Election on April 4, 2017, asked voters in Naperville Township and Lisle Township:
“Shall the Naperville Township Road District and the Lisle Township Road District of DuPage County, Illinois, be consolidated into one consolidated Township Road District?”
Naperville Township, 87 Precincts, Total Votes: 8,023 / YES 4,531 56.48% NO 3,492 43.52%
Lisle Township, 114 Precincts, Total Votes: 12,659 / YES 6,893 54.45% NO 5,766 45.55%
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2017 Consolidated Election. Congratulations to all the victors and to hopefuls who tossed their hats in the ring to serve this community.
Updated April 5, 2017, after sleeping on Consolidated Election results / With voter turn-out so dismally low again, perhaps it’s time to become more efficient and save costs by having all Illinois elections in November. Expanding the Early Voting season has yet to attract a significantly higher number of voters. Perhaps we’ve come to a point when consolidation of all elections into one campaign season for all taxing bodies (local, county, state and federal) is a better and more prudent way for the future. Why not think about one General Election in November to save time, effort and money?
What do you think will attract interest in local elections where it matters the most to send informed voters to the polls?
“Those who stay away from the election think that one vote will do no good: ‘Tis but one step more to think one vote will do no harm.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson