Who and what is up for election on April 4th

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Election Day is quickly approaching. Consolidated elections will take place all around the Quad Cities region on Tuesday, April 4.

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Here are the mayors, village presidents, village mayors, school board candidates, and referendums on the ballot:

BUREAU COUNTY:

Peru Mayor

  • Scott Harl
  • Jim Giordano
  • Rodney Perez

Tiskilwa Village President

  • Steve McHenry
  • Charles Philhower

Increase Princeton Elementary Spending Rate

  • Yes
  • No

$17 Million Bureau Valley School Bond

  • Yes
  • No

 

CARROLL COUNTY:

Lanark Mayor

  • Ken Viglietta
  • Thomas Kocal

Savanna Mayor

  • Gary LaShelle
  • Chris Lain
  • Anna Rice
  • William Nemec

Shannon Village President

  • Bonnie Heckman-Foust
  • Amanda Klinefelter

 

HENDERSON COUNTY:

Oquawka Village Mayor

  • Ronald Bigger
  • Robert Eldridge
  • Sandra Fullerton Moody

Creation of Oquawka Fire District

  • Yes
  • No

Stronghurst Village President

  • Anthony Popp
  • Brendan Schaley

 

HENRY COUNTY:

Cleveland Village Mayor

  • Steve Ballegeer
  • Richard Lindell

Coal Valley Village President

  • Michael Bartels
  • Emil Maslanka

Hoopole Village Mayor

  • Sheldon Miller
  • Rhonda Norberg

New Alwood School Boundaries

  • Yes
  • No

$13 Million Erie School Bond

  • Yes
  • No

 

KNOX COUNTY:

Abingdon Mayor

  • Myron Hovind
  • Kellie Nelson

Altona Village President

  • Derrick Appell
  • Richard Wegner

East Galesburg Village Mayor

  • Stephen Bradley
  • Darrell Corbin

Galesburg Mayor

  • Walter McAllister
  • John Pritchard

New Alwood School Boundaries

  • Yes
  • No

Tax for Mental Health Facilities

  • Yes
  • No

 

MERCER COUNTY:

Aledo Mayor

  • Chris Hagloch
  • Ryan Maynard

Alexis Mayor

  • Dixie McCreight
  • Dale Oberhaus

Joy Village President

  • Todd Heath
  • Kaylee Willits

Keithsburg Mayor

  • Mike Robbins
  • Allen Henshaw

New Boston Mayor

  • Christopher DeFrieze
  • Rodger Raine

 

ROCK ISLAND COUNTY:

Andalusia Village President

  • Pamela Einfeldt
  • Curtis Morrow

Cordova Village President

  • James Boone
  • Dean Moyer
  • Robert VanHooreweghe

Moline Mayor

  • Stephanie Acri
  • Scott Raes

Moline Alderman Ward 1 

  • Ivory Deaon Clark
  • Glen Evans
  • Michael Foulks

Moline Alderman Ward 3 

  • James Spurgetis
  • William Anderson
  • Evelyn White

Moline Alderman Ward 5

  • John Brandmeyer
  • Dylan Parker

Moline Alderman Ward 7

  • Charles Austin III
  • David Geenen

Moline School Board (Top Three)

  • Stephen Brockway
  • Jim Carsell
  • Mandy Kuhle
  • Sangeetha Rayapati
  • Mariela Trevino
  • Andy Waeyaert
  • Erin Waldron-Smith
  • Blake Zimmer

Port Byron Village President

  • Kevin Klute
  • Bruce Peterson

Rock Island Mayor

  • Stephen Tollenaer
  • Mike Thoms
  • Terry Brooks
  • Andrew Rowe

Rock Island School Board (Top Four)

  • Marjorie Boeye
  • Robert DeVrieze
  • Stephen Dillender
  • Robert Hotle
  • Tina Marie Imes
  • David Rockwell
  • Justin Roessler
  • Gary Rowe
  • Eric Rowell
  • Earl Strupp Jr.
  • James Veasey
  • Terell Williams

Silvis Mayor

  • Matthew Carter
  • Scott Culley

Silvis Alderman Ward 2

  • Ian Kyle Pavelonis
  • Tony Holland
  • Michael Bowser

United Township Board of Education (Top Four)

  • Farah Anderson
  • Harry Atvanis
  • Giovanna Davila
  • Susan Koska
  • Wendy Wassell-Verschoore

$13 Million Erie School Bond

  • Yes
  • No

Nonpartisan East Moline Elections

  • Yes
  • No

Nonpartisan Port Byron Elections

  • Yes
  • No

Video Gaming in Rapids City

  • Yes
  • No

Review Chickens in Hampton

  • Yes
  • No

Hampton School Board (5 unopposed candidates)

  • Jeannette Smith
  • Lisa Reynolds
  • Liz Bornhoeft
  • Lauren Stottler
  • Ryan Gonzalez

 

WARREN COUNTY:

Alexis Village President

  • Dixie McCreight
  • Dale Oberhaus

Monmouth Mayor

  • Rod Davies
  • DuWayne Brooks

 

WHITESIDE COUNTY:

Erie Village President

  • Gary Farral
  • Peter Georgean
  • Marcia Smith

Fulton Mayor

  • Barbara Janis
  • Howard Van Zuiden
  • Kyle Crosthwaite
  • Paula Israel
  • Michael Ottens

Prophetstown Mayor

  • Steve Swanson
  • Terry Strike

$17 Million Bureau Valley School Bond

  • Yes
  • No

1% Hike in Sterling Retail Tax

  • Yes
  • No

$13 Million Erie School Bond

  • Yes
  • No