Meet The Candidates

This is an unofficial listing and does NOT indicate ballot order of names or offices.

Candidate Contact Information - candidates provide this information voluntarily, if the candidate's info is not listed on this document, the Clerk's Office does not have it.

MIDTERM PRIMARY ELECTION - TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2022

*unofficial candidate listing*

COUNTYWIDE POSITIONS

County Executive

  • Democratic - Steve Summers

County Clerk

  • Democratic - Aaron Ammons
  • Republican - Terrence Stuber

County Sheriff

  • Democratic - Dustin Heuerman
  • Republican - John Brown
  • Republican - Gregory Worrell

County Treasurer

  • Democratic - Cassandra Johnson
COUNTY BOARD DISTRICTS

District 1

  • Republican - James Goss
  • Republican - Jeff Wilson

District 2

  • Republican - Diane Michaels
  • Republican - Tom Sexton

District 3

  • Republican - Stanley Harper
  • Republican - Aaron Esry

District 4

  • Democratic - Jennifer Lokshin
  • Democratic - Elizabeth Hanauer-Friedman
  • Republican - Jim McGuire
  • Republican - Brad Passalacqua

District 5

  • Democratic - Bethany Vanichtheeranont
  • Democratic - Leah Taylor
  • Republican - Lucas Atwood

District 6

  • Democratic - Samantha Carter
  • Democratic - Mike Ingram

District 7

  • Democratic - Eric Thorsland
  • Democratic - Kyle Patterson

District 8

  • Democratic - Stephanie Fortado
  • Democratic - Emily Rodriguez

District 9

  • Democratic - Jennifer Locke
  • Democratic - Jennifer Straub

District 10

  • Democratic - Chris Stohr
  • Democratic - Jilmala Rogers
  • Republican - Mike Kobel
  • Republican - Dean Hazen

District 11

  • Democratic - Wayne Williams
  • Democratic - Lorraine Cowart
  • Republican - Karen James
PRECINCT COMMITTEE PERSONS

Ayers

  • Republican - Kevin Block

Brown Fisher

  • Republican - Dennis Detweiler

Champaign 2

  • Democratic - Bethany Vanichtheeranont

Champaign 3

  • Democratic - Leah Taylor
  • Republican - Jim Green

Champaign 5

  • Democratic - Artice James
  • Republican - Jim McGuire

Champaign 6

  • Democratic - Diane Seigle Ore
  • Republican - Dee Shonkwiler

City of Champaign 4

  • Democratic - Chloe Stroz

City of Champaign 6

  • Democratic - Brett Peugh

City of Champaign 8

  • Democratic - Emily Earl

City of Champaign 9

  • Republican - Richard Montgomery

City of Champaign 10

  • Democratic - Tanya Weatherly

City of Champaign 11

  • Democratic - Stephanie Fortado
  • Republican - Renée Mullen

City of Champaign 12

  • Democratic - Adani Sanchez
  • Republican - Peggy Monahan

City of Champaign 13

  • Democratic - Eric Thorsland

City of Champaign 14

  • Democratic - Kyle Patterson

City of Champaign 16

  • Democratic - Terry Maher

City of Champaign 19

  • Democratic - Ryan Groff

City of Champaign 20

  • Democratic - William Windelborn
  • Republican - Janet Roadcap

City of Champaign 22

  • Democratic - Debora Auble

City of Champaign 24

  • Democratic - Kathy Shannon
  • Republican - Bruce Povalish

City of Champaign 25

  • Democratic - Mike Ingram

City of Champaign 26

  • Democratic - Melanie Sheckels

City of Champaign 27

  • Democratic - Diana Dudzienski

City of Champaign 28

  • Democratic - Chase Scott
  • Democratic - George Danos

City of Champaign 29

  • Democratic - Andrew Quarnstrom

City of Champaign 31

  • Democratic - Jon Abrahamsen

City of Champaign 32

  • Democratic - Will Aldridge

City of Champaign 34

  • Democratic - Matt Sullard

City of Champaign 36

  • Democratic - Ann Quackenbush

City of Champaign 37

  • Democratic - Lisa Tweedy

City of Champaign 38

  • Democratic - Deloris Henry
  • Democratic - Jeanette Watts

City of Champaign 39

  • Republican - Lucas Atwood

Compromise Gifford

  • Republican - Earl Smith

Compromise Penfield

  • Republican - Eric Suits

Cunningham 1

  • Democratic - Linda Turnbull

Cunningham 2

  • Democratic - Yinxi Ma

Cunningham 4

  • Democratic - Emma Murphy

Cunningham 6

  • Democratic - Deborah Liu

Cunningham 8

  • Democratic - Jake Fava

Cunningham 9

  • Democratic - Jennifer Straub

Cunningham 10

  • Democratic - Ruth Wyman

Cunningham 11

  • Democratic - Steve Summers

Cunningham 12

  • Democratic - Chris Stohr

Cunningham 13

  • Republican - Laura Kanis

Cunningham 15

  • Democratic - DeShawn Williams

Cunningham 16

  • Democratic - Mary King

Cunningham 17

  • Democractic - Wayne Williams

Cunningham 18

  • Democratic - Carol Ammons

Cunningham 19

  • Democratic - Cara Maurizi
  • Republican - Bill Burtness

Cunningham 21

  • Democratic - Alvin Klein
  • Republican - Susan Thomas

Cunningham 22

  • Democratic - Ricky Baldwin
  • Republican - Alan Anderson

Cunningham 23

  • Democratic - William Schoell
  • Republican - Mark Shelden

Hensley

  • Republican - Robert Sherman

Ludlow 2

  • Republican - Diane Michaels

Ludlow 3

  • Democratic - Barbara Anderson

Mahomet 1

  • Democrat - Rachel Smith-Bolton
  • Republican - James Goss

Mahomet 2

  • Democratic - Susan Jackson
  • Republican - David Parsons

Mahomet 4

  • Republican - Chapin Rose

Mahomet 5

  • Democrat - Diana Onken
  • Republican - Kirk Builta

Newcomb

  • Democratic - Ken Keefe

Rantoul 1

  • Republican - Anthony Brown

Rantoul 4

  • Democratic - Lee Roberts

Sadorus Sadorus

  • Republican - Ted Myhre

Sidney

  • Republican - Cheryl Mumm
  • Republican - Susan Kay Mantell

St Joe 1

  • Democratic - Cari West-Henkelman
  • Republican - Aaron Esry

St Joe 2

  • Republican - Tami Fruhling-Voges

St Joe 3

  • Republican - Terri Cummings

Tolono 1

  • Republican - Larry Kearns

Tolono 2

  • Republican -  Joan Dykstra

Urbana 1

  • Republican - John Farney

Urbana 2

  • Republican - Michael Schamer
  • Republican - Teresa Whitlatch

Urbana 3

  • Republican - Mark Ballard

Urbana 4

  • Democratic - Maryam Ar-Raheem
REFERENDUM

Arthur CUSD 305 - Bond Referendum

Shall the Board of Education of Arthur Community Unit School District Number 305, Douglas, Moultrie, Coles, Piatt, and Champaign Counties, Illinois, alter, repair, and equip the Arthur Lovington and Atwood-Hammond Grade School Buildings, including constructing secured entryways, build and equip an additional to and alter, repair, and equip the Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond High School Building, including replacing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $30,600,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?

Lincolnshire Fields Fire Protection District - Limiting Rate Increase

Shall the limiting rate under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for the Lincolnshire Fields Fire Protection District, Champaign County, Illinois, be increased by an additional amount equal to .1205% above the limiting rate for the purpose of providing fire protection service to the Lincolnshire Fields Fire Protection District for levy year 2022 and be equal to .2500% of the equalized value of the taxable property therein for levy year 2022.

1. The approximate amount of taxes extendable at the most recently extended limiting rate is $101,261.00, and the approximate amount of taxes extendable if the proposition is approved is $199,963.00.

2. For the 2022 year the approximate amount of additional tax extendable against property containing a single family residence and have a fair market value at the time of referendum of $100,000.00 is estimated to be $68.33.

3. If the proposition is approved, the aggregate extension of 2022 will be determined by the limiting rate set forth in the proposition, rather than the otherwise applicable limiting rate calculated under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (commonly known as the Property Tax Cap Law).

Mahomet-Seymour CUSD 3 - Bond Referendum

Shall the Board of Education of Mahomet-Seymour Community Unit School District Number 3, Champaign and Piatt Counties, Illinois, build and equip a school building to replace the Mahomet-Seymour Junior High School Building on a different site owned by said School District, build and equip a transportation facility to replace the existing transportation facility, build and equip additions to and alter, repair and equip existing school buildings, improve sites and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $97,900,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?

Sangamon Valley Public Water District - Elected Board

Shall the trustees of the Sangamon Valley Public Water District be elected, rather than appointed?

St Joseph CCSD 169 - Limiting Rate Increase Referendum

Shall the limiting rate under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for St. Joseph Community Consolidated School District Number 169, Champaign County, Illinois, be increased by an additional amount equal to 0.2200% above the limiting rate for school purposes for levy year 2020 and be equal to 2.5500% of the equalized assessed value of the taxable property therein for levy year 2022?

1) The approximate amount of taxes extendable at the most recently extended limiting rate is $3,454,010, and the approximate amount of taxes extendable if the proposition is approved is $3,780,140.

2) For the 2022 levy year the approximate amount of the additional tax extendable against property containing a single family residence and having a fair market value at the time of the referendum of $100,000 is estimated to be $73.33.

3) If the proposition is approved, the aggregate extension for 2022 will be determined by the limiting rate set forth in the proposition, rather than the otherwise applicable limiting rate calculated under the provisions of the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (commonly known as the Property Tax Cap Law).

WRITE IN CANDIDATES

County Board District 5 - Republican - Von Young

County Board District 6 - Republican - Rich Montgomery

Precinct Committee Person - Champaign 3 - Republican - James Steven Greene

Precinct Committee Person - City of Champaign 32 - Republican - Charles P. Nerone

Precinct Committee Person - Cunningham 20 - Republican - Georgia McCartney

Precinct Committee Person - Scott Bondville - Republican - John Garth

 

     

     

     

     

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