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Republican Primary is set for Naperville Township voters on February 28


Above / Fourteen locations have been designated for voters to cast ballots in the Naperville Township Primary from 6AM to 7PM on Tues., February 28. (See list below.)

Naperville Township Republican Primary is Tues., Feb. 28. 

On February 28, 2017, Naperville Township voters will have an opportunity to head to the polls for a Republican Primary prior to the Consolidated Election to narrow its field of candidates on the April 4 ballot.

For Supervisor: Rachel Ossyra and Walter Reilly. (Vote for One)

For Township Clerk: Barry Greenberg and Tom Laz. (Vote for One)

For (Four Seats) Township Trustee: Kerry Malm, Paul Santucci, Kurt Dorr, Cathy Hanzelin, Chris Jacks, William Lueck, Dan Porter, Jim Ruhl, Ernest Kovacs and Heather Bejda. (Vote for no more than four)

For Highway Commissioner: Stan Wojtasiak. (Vote for One)

For Township Assessor: Warren Dixon III. (Vote for One)


Winfield Township Republican Primary

For Supervisor: Dave Tornga, Dona L. Smith, Robert Greer, Bonnie Hollingsworth (Vote for One)

Township Clerk: Nicole M. Prater, Clifford A. Brown (Vote for One)

Township Trustee: Barbara C. Bernacki Alekna, Donald R. Voelz, Mary Ann M. Manna, Zachary E. Halley, Gerald E. Ruzicka and Michael Guglielmi (Vote for no more than four)

Township Assessor: Mark W. Malay (Vote for One)

Township Highway Commissioner: John S. Dusza (Vote for One)

(Note that Aurora residents who live in Naperville Township also will be voting for a new Mayor on Primary Election Day. Nine hopefuls—four appearing on the ballot and five declared “write-ins”— will vie for two spots on the April 4 ballot. The two candidates with the most votes will advance to the Consolidated election on April 4 one of whom will be elected as the Mayor of Aurora.)

Democratic and Republican candidates in other townships are determined by caucus for the April 4 Consolidated Election.

Naperville is served, in portions, by six townships: Naperville, DuPage, Lisle, Milton, Wheatland and Winfield.  Illinois is home to 1,432 townships. We always wonder how taxpayer savings can be achieved through shared services. Be sure to ask all the candidates.

Alert! Consolidation of polling places for Primary only

Naperville Township Republican Primary Election Day is Feb. 28, 2017

Vote 6AM-7PM Tues., Feb. 28, 2017, at your neighborhood polling place. Alert! Places might be different. 

Polling places are being consolidated down to 14 per the list from the DuPage Election Commission.

The weekend of Feb. 11-12, 2017,  volunteers placed information on doorsteps of registered voters with voter info.

They will send postcards to every address within the Township providing information about this change.

About 50 percent of the households will be assigned to a different polling place from the November 2016 election. However, the polling place will be convenient to their home address.

  1. Nichols Library, 200 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville / Precincts: 1, 2, 4, 11, 12, 29
  2. Village Baptist Church, 515 S. Frontenac St., Aurora / Precincts: 3, 24, 35, 59, 60, 65, 68
  3. Cress Creek Country Club, 1215 Royal St. George Dr., Naperville / Precincts: 5, 7, 10, 15, 16, 22, 27, 8
  4. Word of Life Lutheran Church,  879 Tudor Dr., Naperville / Precincts: 6, 17, 18, 37, 79, 82
  5. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church,  1310 Shepherd Dr., Naperville / Precincts: 8, 9, 13, 28, 42, 81
  6. Naperville Police Station, 1350 W. Aurora Ave., Naperville / Precincts: 14, 33, 41, 53, 66
  7. Trinity Church of the Nazarene,  1451 Raymond Dr., Naperville / Precincts: 19, 26, 31, 61
  8. Fischer Middle School,  1305 Long Grove Dr., Aurora / Precincts: 20, 32, 34, 40, 52, 86, 87
  9. Community Christian Church,  1635 Emerson Ln., Naperville / Precincts: 21, 36, 50, 57, 67, 85
  10. St. John AME Church,  2950 Bilter Rd., Aurora / Precincts: 23, 25, 70, 83
  11. Calvary Church,  9S Rt. 59, Naperville / Precincts: 30, 38, 44, 47, 54, 72, 76
  12. Aurora Public Library-Eola Branch,  555 S. Eola Rd., Aurora / Precincts: 39, 45, 48, 58, 74, 75, 77
  13. Granger Middle School,  2721 Stonebridge Blvd., Aurora / Precincts: 46, 49, 55, 63, 71, 78, 80
  14. Faith Lutheran Church of Aurora,  3000 Liberty St., Aurora / Precincts: 43, 51, 56, 62, 64, 69, 73

Early Voting now in progress at DuPage County Courthouse

Early voting is available only at the DuPage County Courthouse. See listing about early voting, mail-in voting and polling places below the Meet & Greet opportunities. Note Election Day changes in polling places as they have been consolidated into 14 locations.

Ways to Vote Early:

Polls are open 6AM to 7PM on Consolidated Primary Day, Tues.,  Feb. 28, 2017.

1. Vote Early Jan. 19 through Feb. 27 at DuPage Election Commission, 421 N. County Farm Rd., Wheaton. Hours are 8AM to 4:30PM M-F; 9AM to 1PM Sat (Jan. 21-Feb. 11); 9AM to 5PM (Feb. 18-Feb. 25); and 9AM to 3PM Sun (Feb. 19-Feb. 26).

2. Vote by mail Jan. 19 – Feb. 28
To vote by mail, complete and submit the online Application
Once processed, your ballot will be mailed to you.
To obtain Vote by Mail Ballot Application:
1. Download the Vote by Mail Application from DuPage Election Commission website (https://www.dupageco.org/Election/Voting/37064)
2. Pick one up from any DuPage County registration location.
3. Call Election Commission to request an Application at (630) 407-5600, Spanish (630) 407-5608, TDD (630)407-5631.

After receiving the Vote By Mail Ballot Application, complete and return it to DuPage Election Commission as soon as possible. Your ballot will be mailed to you upon receipt of the completed application.


Be prepared to vote again! Re-check your polling place!

Illinois Consolidated Election is 6AM-7PM Tues., April 4, 2017

Meet & greet candidates running in the Consolidated Election to serve local governing bodies on April 4, 2017. After the Primary on Feb. 28, the victors will be posted among all the candidates running to serve Naperville with the question.

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