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The retired Will County Sheriff's Office deputy chief said his well-rounded law enforcement background makes him a strong candidate in the March 2014 primary.
Deborah Sykora received the most votes of eight candidates running for four Valley View School District 365U school board seats.
The former Chicago Bear's website may have proclaimed, "We Won!!!," but Tuesday's election had a very different outcome. Voters chose incumbent John Noak to serve another term as mayor.
Only 109 votes separated Daniel Falese and Jaime Olson in Tuesday's Valley View School District 365U school board election.
Gary Grizaffi, assistant superintendent of administrative services for Valley View School District 365U, was not elected Tuesday to a seat of the Batavia School District 101 school board.
Village President John Noak defeated former Chicago Bear Steve McMichael following a tough re-election campaign.
A second incumbent, Andrew Mihelich, won election, as did newcomers Tina Markley and Barbara Adams.
Full results from the April 9 consolidated election, including the Valley View School District 365U and Plainfield 202 School District school boards, village board and mayor of Romeoville.
Three of the four candidates on the "Friends of Valley View" slate received the most votes in the Valley View School District 365U school board Tuesday night.
Rod Westfall and Michelle Smith won re-election, while William Slabich Jr. and William Dargan will join the board.
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