Merrinette celebrates Broadview ‘unofficial’ election results and IAR support


Thanks to RPAC advocacy, IAR Government Affairs Director Jeff Merrinette says he is enjoying the ‘unofficial’ victories in the 2015 consolidated elections in Broadview, including four village trustees and a home rule referendum.

Unofficial results released by the Cook County Clerk’s office at 4 p.m. Thursday were tallied by hand, although provisional and late arriving mail ballots will still be included, according to the county clerk’s website.

“It took a federal judge to get these village trustee candidates on the ballot, then special paper ballots for voters to get a choice in candidates,” Merrinette said. “But today, 13 days after Election Day, the voters know who won the election. We celebrate candidates Judy Brown-Marino, John Ealey, Tara Brewer and Diane Little on their election. Oh, and we won the home rule vote 85 (percent) to 15 (percent).

Brown-Marino, Ealey and Brewer won full four-year terms for Broadview village trustee. Little won a two-year unexpired term for Broadview trustee.

2015-04-20T17:30:08-05:00April 20th, 2015|RPAC, Government Affairs|0 Comments

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