Dusza urges Winfield voters to re-elect him, fellow incumbents
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.
Besides tossing his own hat in the ring, Dusza put in a good word for his colleagues, recommending that voters choose incumbents as he broadcast his recent request for support via social media.
“Winfield Township residents: Please come out and vote on Feb. 28, 2017, and re-elect your hardworking and dedicated Winfield Township Officials!" the candidate stated via his Facebook campaign page.
With a broad background in firefighting, equipment operation and certified work as an arborist, the 35-year Winfield dweller brings a balanced skill set to his position. Now a 17-year employee of the Winfield Township road district and current foreman, he has gained valuable administrative experience.
Citing his allegiance to the position, a recent statement said in part that “John is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. His dedication to the job is unparalleled.”
The candidate has won endorsements from U.S. Reps. Randy Hultgren and Peter Roskam; state Rep. Mike Fortner (R-49th District); local DuPage County leaders; and current Winfield Township elected officials, according to his recent statement.
Additionally, Dusza maintains strong community connections with membership in civic groups such as the West Chicago Lions Club. He lives in unincorporated West Chicago with his family.