Wayne Township Nominates the Neighbors for Wayne Township Ticket for 2021
Updated: Feb 24, 2021
Randy Ramey and his team win the Republican nomination for the April 6th election.
West Chicago, IL — The Neighbors for Wayne Township slate successfully filed its paperwork December 14th as the slated candidates for the 2021 Consolidated Elections. They won their nominations during the township caucus at the Wayne Township Senior Center on December 1, 2020.
At the socially distanced caucus, township residents voted for Supervisor Randy Ramey of Carol Stream, Clerk Brandi Ramundo of West Chicago, Assessor Michael Musson of Bartlett, and Highway Commissioner candidate Janusz Jarmula of Bartlett to continue to serve township residents. Trustee Mark Hoyert of Bartlett, Jackie Hayden of Hanover Park, and William Waghorne of Hanover Park were nominated for a second term, while Paul Hempel of Carol Stream joined the ticket as a first-time trustee candidate.
“For the last four years, we have strived to make Wayne Township the model by which other governments measure themselves,” Ramey stated. “We have worked continuously to improve township services, maximize efficiency, and deliver more resources to the neediest in our community at unprecedented levels. We are honored and excited for the opportunity to continue to serve the residents of Wayne Township.”
Priorities for the Neighbors for Wayne Township Slate include addressing community mental health; continuing to expand our food pantry operations which serves more people in this time of tremendous need; ensuring that seniors in Wayne Township receive proper care and can safely access programs while mitigating the risks of COVID-19; open more green space to residents to enjoy in the township; host more recycling events to keep harmful waste out of landfills; and implement technologies that provide greater access to services for residents. The Neighbors for Wayne Township slate plans to deliver on these ideas and more all while maintaining a balanced budget.
The Wayne Township caucus took necessary COVID-19 precautions to ensure the safety of all caucus-goers.
The Consolidated General Election will be held on April 6, 2021. All elected township positions serve four-year terms.