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Clinton City Council Seats Among Contested Races in Today's Election

Three candidates are vying for Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvements and two are seeking the seat of Finance Commissioner on the Clinton City Council.


Those will be among a number of races locally for today's election in central Illinois.


Incumbent Tom Edmunds is seeking to retain his seat as Finance Commissioner, being challenged by former Mayor Carolyn Peters.


John Bartuch and Ken Buchannon are seeking to unseat incumbent Nan Crang for the post of Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvements.


Mayor Roger Cyrulik, Commissioner of Public Safety Dan Ballenger and Commissioner of Property John Wise are all running unopposed on the Council.


Farmer City Mayor Scott Testory is being challenged today by J. Willard McKinley and Larry Woliung.


Council members Ben Burden and Shelley Friedrich are running unopposed.


The Clinton Board of Education has an unopposed race tonight as Rodney Rodgers, Chris Hammer, Tammie Ennis, and Ron Conner will occupy four, four-year terms. John Blythe will be stepping aside from the Board.


Sondra Baker is running unopposed for an unexpired two-year term on the Clinton Board of Education. 


In Monticello, a four-year term on the City Council is being contested between Tom Reed, Elaine Yoon, and Mike Koon. 


In the Argenta-Oreana school district, Todd Armstrong, Rory Tipsword, Maria Lightner, and Jeff Schroetlin are being challenged for four seats on the Board of Education by Justin Jacob Phillips. 


Get the latest in election results tonight by tuning in to 92.3 FM WHOW in DeWitt County, 106.5 FM WHOW in Logan County, 95.9 FM WEZC and online at dewittdailynews.com then after the races go final, get the results at dewittdailynews.com. 

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