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Candidates File for Oswego Elections

See who has filed their petitions so far to get on the April ballot.

Monday, Dec. 17, was the first day candidates for the April 2013 election could submit their petitions to get their name on the election ballot.

Submissions started in Oswego at 8:00 a.m. and goes until 5:00 p.m. on Dec. 26. The deadline was extended to Dec. 26 from its original date of Dec. 24 .

The following candidates have submitted their names thus far to be put on the ballot in the four Oswego elections.

Village of Oswego – Board

Three seats for four-year terms

  • Scott Finkenbinder of the 200 block of Catherine Court
  • Ryan Kauffman of the 200 block of Devoe Drive
  • Jeff Lawson of the 600 block of Manhattan Circle
  • Pam Parr of the 0-99 block of Sherwick Road
  • Scott Volpe of the 500 block of Lichtfield Way

Oswego 308 – School Board

Three seats for four-year terms (one seat must be filled from an unincorporated area)

  • Danielle Paul of the 2400 block Avalon Court, Aurora, (incorporated seat)

The Oswego 308 School Board is also seeking a candidate to fill the empty seat left by Lynn Cullick. The term will be for about 5 months. Read here for more information about applying for the empty seat.

Oswegoland Park District – Board

One seat for a six-year term

  • None have filed yet. 

Oswego Public Library District – Board

Four seats for four-year terms

  • Vernita Hettrich of the 2300 block of Wooly Road
  • Kandi Ream of the 500 block of Lakeview
  • Terry Tamblyn of the 2000 block of Route 25
  • Craig Weber of the 500 block of Sudbury Circle

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Missy December 19, 2012 at 03:53 PM
There is an open seat on the school board ready to be filled now! I would love to see some of the ding dongs who post ridiculous crap on here sign up. Here is your chance to fix the school system! Please hurry we need you now since you know everything! Also we should have about 20 running for school board since we have so many experts.
David Edelman December 19, 2012 at 09:34 PM
I would just be happy if more than 50% of the people pay attention to this local election and VOTE. I am always disappointed how many don't vote in local elections. They. Matter the most. It's where you live for crying out loud.

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