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Two running for Edgington Township supervisor and five seeking four seats on the board


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Originally Posted Online: April 04, 2013, 8:32 am
Last Updated: April 04, 2013, 9:18 am
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Two people are running for the Edgington Township supervisor's seat and five people are running for four seats on the township board.

Republican Jeffrey S. Keller and Democrat Frank Venable are seeking the supervisor's post, while Republicans David Mueller, Kevin Oak and Brian Mueller, and Democrats Thomas J. DeClerck and Mike Wynes are seeking the four open seats on the township board.

Mr. Wynes was the only one who returned a candidate's questionnaire to The Dispatch/Rock Island Argus.

NAME: Michael Wynes
AGE: 60
ADDRESS: Reynolds
OCCUPATION: Farmer
FAMILY: Wife Shirley, sons Shawn and Jeremy
EDUCATION: Black Hawk College
POLITICAL PARTY: Democrat
OFFICE SOUGHT: Edgington Township trustee
PRIOR OFFICE: None
WHY RUNNING: As a taxpayer in Edington Township I feel an obligation to help administer tax dollars wisely for everyone within its boundaries.
KEY ISSUE: Roads and taxes will always be major issues for townships in this part of Illinois. How can we spend our money more efficiently? Township maintained roads in this township are in reasonably good shape. The trucks and equipment are in good condition. Let's keep the tax levy as low as possible for our residents.

















 




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