Manna vies for Winfield trustee spot
Dedicated to transparent and efficient management, Republican candidate and incumbent Mary Ann Manna has served Winfield Township as a trustee for eight years and now seeks constituents’ votes in Feb. 28th’s primary election.
Given her background in finance and real estate, Manna, who is actively involved in the Republican Party, promises to continue fulfilling her role professionally. A real estate broker for RE/MAX Suburban and resident of Winfield Township for the past 16 years, she lives with her husband Jim Borst in the High Lake area and also serves as an elected precinct committee chair.
Manna volunteers for several local civic organizations including the Western DuPage Chamber of Commerce and participates with West Chicago’s Rotary and Lions clubs. In addition, she sits on the High Lake Homeowner's Association executive board.
Additionally, the candidate is a strong supporter of Winfield’s recycling initiative, commending the program’s growth recently on her Facebook page.
“I have enjoyed serving our community as Winfield Township … [and] ask for your vote on February 28th,” the candidate announced via her Facebook page recently. For the benefit of local residents, she provided links listing the six local polling places for the Feb. 28 primary election. Voters can check the information at https://www.facebook.com/ElectMaryAnnManna/photos/pcb.1279072682183945/1279050845519462/?type=3&theater
Additionally, Manna reminded constituents that voting can be done alternatively via mail, stating via Facebook that “If you do not want to go to your Polling Place you can have a ballot mailed to your home … click the link to the DuPage Election Commission https://www.dupageco.org/Election/Voting/41942/ .”
“If you have any questions about Winfield Township please contact me at 630-222-1202,” she added.