Elmhurst District 205 School Board Will See Four New Faces

Incumbent Deborah Conroy is not re-elected.

Elmhurst Unit District 205 School Board incumbent Deborah Conroy was not re-elected to her post, which she has held since 2007. Conroy was edged out of her spot on the board by , who gained 14.3 percent of the votes to Conroy's 13 percent. 

The top three vote-getters were , with 17.6 percent; , with 16.6 percent; and , with 15 percent.

School Board members serve four-year terms. Not only are four of the seven board members newcomers, they also will be welcoming  on July 1.

At 10:45 p.m., 100 percent of the 56 precincts had reported:

Candidate Votes Time Paul Guerino 2,146 10:45 √ John McDonough 3,024 10:45 Annette Franklin 895 10:45 Deborah Conroy (I) 2,722 10:45 √ Karen Stuefen 3,517 10:45 Bob Robertson 1,981 10:45 √ Chris Blum 3,137 10:45 √ Shannon Hennessy Ebner 3,731 10:45
York Parent April 06, 2011 at 04:32 AM
The Smiths April 06, 2011 at 01:48 PM
We agreed with and voted for some (not all) of the winning candidates but we say to the 4 winners elected to the Dist 205 Board congrats! Now the real work begins. Our children's present and future are in your hands. You all talked the talk now MAKE ELMHURST PROUD! John McDunough - Laywer "..genuine desire for progress ...and restore stability and trust." "I’d advocate investing in technology ....better prepares our children to compete globally." Shannon Hennessy Ebner - Biomedical Engineer "I can provide a thoughtful voice .." "...make sure our teachers are supported and ...retain the best teachers." Chris Blum - CFO "I understand the challenges of making difficult decisions..." "I will use my financial experience to more deeply explore opportunities.." Karen Stuefen - Research & Development Data Processor " I am a...thoughtful person willing to dedicate my time" "We need to understand the teaching and learning environment.."


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