All six Republican candidates running to fill the four open trustee positions on the Winfield Township Board this election cycle attended a forum last week to answer questions on why voters should vote for them.
From tending to snowstorm cleanup to managing everyday tasks, John Dusza, current Winfield Township highway commissioner and GOP candidate for re-election, wants to continue serving his townspeople and asks constituents to re-elect him on Feb. 28.
With a long list of local civic achievements, Republican Dona Smith — running for re-election as Winfield Township supervisor — brings her reputation of experience to the table in preparation for the Feb. 28 primary election.
Incumbent Winfield Township supervisor and Republican candidate Dona Smith recently gained the endorsement of a DuPage County health official and additionally carried her campaign over to her own Facebook page, citing character and solid practice.
Curbing taxes, streamlining procedures and remaining accountable topped Republican candidate Dave Tornga’s priorities for Winfield Township as he recently reached out to constituents in his bid for supervisor via Facebook, touting a platform of efficiency.