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CURRENT PCS

Below is a list of our current precinct committeepersons. Find your precinct here: https://www.dupageco.org/VoterLookup/

All PCs must run for reelection every General and Midterm Election Cycle. If you are a PC residing within your precinct, please visit https://www.dupageco.org/Election/Candidates_and_Campaigns/61270/

to download your petition packets.

Appointed PCs residing out of precinct, please speak to our Chair, Tina Tyson-Dunne to be reappointed. Email yorkdemsYTDO@gmail.com

Every Precinct marked Empty needs a PC! Come to our monthly meetings to learn more about how to become a PC, or read more below!

York 001 - Kirsten Powers - Elected

York 002 - Annette Armstrong - Elected

York 003 - Empty

York 004 - Eileen Keegan - Elected

York 005 - Jen Sutton - Appointed

York 006 - Debra Eaton - Appointed

York 007 - Jennifer Kopach - Elected

York 008 - Mike Clear - Appointed

York 009 - Emily Kurowski - Elected

York 010 - Moon Khan - Elected

York 011 - Joanne Tyree - Elected

York 012 - Liz Reynolds - Appointed

York 013 - Kristin Greiwe - Appointed

York 014 - Vicky Fitzmaurice - Appointed

York 015 - Joanna Spathis - Elected

York 016 - Lesa Beth Hildebrand - Elected

York 017 - Diane Lans-Kautz - Elected

York 018 - Lynette Schiewe - Appointed

York 019 - Empty

York 020 - Cathy Sewell - Elected

York 021 - David Lundeen - Elected

York 022 - Amy Ann Middleton - Appointed

York 023 - Rita White - Appointed

York 024 - Carol Davis - Elected

York 025 - Kristina Macleod - Appointed

York 026 - Stephanie Eby - Appointed

York 027 - Patricia Cunningham - Appointed

York 028 - Maureen Zeeb - Elected

York 029 - Patricia Motto - Appointed

York 030 - Steve Stawarz - Elected

York 031 - Doug Cousins - Elected

York 032 - Wayne Hoffman - Appointed

York 033 - Joe Amore - Elected

York 034 - Elizabeth Neill - Elected

York 035 - Jenn Ladisch Douglass - Elected

York 036 - Paul Piekarski - Elected

York 037 - Anne Toohey - Appointed

York 038 - Angelina Russo - Appointed

York 039 - Jane Jegerski - Elected

York 040 - Shelly Nicholson - Appointed

York 041 - Mary Parks - Elected

York 042 - Empty

York 043 - Lisa Ahlgrim - Appointed

York 044 - Empty

York 045 - Empty

York 046 - Paul Kreft - Appointed

York 047 - Robert Wagner - Elected

York 048 - Rachael Ostendorf - Appoointed

York 049 - Ali Ahmed - Elected

York 050 - Carol Bracken Tilley - Appointed

York 051 - Tina Tyson-Dunne - Elected

York 052 - Deb Bullwinkel - Elected

York 053 - Anne Mathias - Appointed

York 054 - Empty

York 055 - Arthur Biladeau - Elected

York 056 - Bruce Anderson - Elected

York 057 - Nobuko Kudo - Elected

York 058 - Stacy Rattana - Appointed

York 059 - Pamela Pintozzi - Elected

York 060 - Bridget Butterly - Elected

York 061 - Rebecca Villard - Appointed

York 062 - Empty

York 063 - Kim Galvin - Appointed

York 064 - Empty

York 065 - Dorothy Thompson - Appointed

York 066 - Ann Lobdell - Elected

York 067 - Joaquin Trevino - Appointed

York 068 - Jeannette Kling - Appointed

York 069 - Julie Martynowycz - Appointed

York 070 - Susan O'Donnell - Elected

York 071 - Empty

York 072 - Matt Sutton - Appointed

York 073 - Nancy Snead - Appointed

York 074 - Cary Benjamin Weisgram - Appointed

York 075 - Kathy Nash - Appointed

York 076 - Patricia Clower - Appointed

York 077 - Empty

York 078 - Michael Canton Jimenez - Appointed

York 079 - Empty

York 080 - Jen Maercklein - Appointed

York 081 - Empty

York 082 - Empty

York 083 - Grace Clear - Appointed

York 084 - Carolyn Kresin - Elected

York 085 - Kristina Phipps - Appointed

York 086 - Jill Hayes - Appointed

York 087 - Gary Kleppe - Elected

York 088 - Empty

York 089 - Empty

York 090 - Tariq Saeed - Elected

York 091 - David McCurdy - Elected

York 092 - Scott Cudrnak - Elected

York 093 - Christine Scally - Appointed

York 094 - Empty

York 095 - Sarah Novey - Elected

York 096 - Tracey Gzamouranis - Appointed

York 097 - Ryan West - Appointed

York 098 - Laura Hamilton - Elected

York 099 - Jason Mathias - Elected

York 100 - Robert Rowland - Appointed

York 101 - Jeremy Nash - Appointed

York 102 - Brigitte Baur - Appointed

York 103 - Sean Niewoehner - Elected

York 104 - Ginger Kearney - Appointed

York 105 - Judy Weddle - Appointed

York 106 - Empty

York 107 - Samantha Wilson - Elected

York 108 - Susan Grote - Appointed

York 109 - Doug Cole - Elected

York 110 - Sadiya (Dolores) Arain - Appointed

York 111 - Louis Huggins - Appointed

York 112 - Joni Ferneau - Appointed

York 113 - Dave Wyosnick - Appointed

York 114 - Joe Scally - Appointed

York 115-125 - Empty

York 126 - Jawed Aslam - Elected

York 127-131 - Empty

York 132 - Karen Hays - Elected

York 133 - Empty

York 134 - Empty

York 135 - Malik Ahmed - Elected

York 136 - Bill McCarthy - Elected

 

RESOURCES

Becoming a PC

First, you need to know your precinct. Check your voter registration card, or look here. Enter your address on the form, not the address of the place where you vote, which may not be in your precinct.

Then check the above committee list to see if there is already a committee person from your precinct. If there isn't, contact us about volunteering. You can be appointed to fill the vacancy until the next even-year primary, at which time we will assist you in getting on the ballot.

If there is an existing committee member in your precinct, you have a few options. You can get on the ballot for the next election to run against that person, but we would only recommend doing this if you feel that the current person isn't doing an effective job. Alternatively, you can be appointed to "loop," i.e. work a different precinct that doesn't have an elected committee member, or you can volunteer to assist the current committee person in your own precinct, thus doubling his or her effectiveness. This last option won't allow you to vote for party leadership, appoint election judges, etc., but you will still be doing the important work of helping to elect Democrats.

The county party has a manual for precinct committee members, and sometimes offers training sessions.

Operation: Turn DuPage Blue is another source of training for precinct committee workers; contact them through their site if interested.

The Quick 'n Clean Foundation has a wealth of good material. Of particular interest are the manuals on Building Dynamic Precinct Organizations.