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Our View: Endorsement roundup

Published: Monday, April 8, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Tuesday is Election Day.

Today, we reprint a list of the Northwest Herald Editorial Board’s recommendations in some contested races that McHenry County voters will see on the ballot.

To help make your own informed decisions, visit Northwest Herald’s Election Central page online, where you can read candidate responses to our questionnaires.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. For a list of polling locations, visit the McHenry County Clerk’s website. Please remember to vote.

To track results as they come in, visit Election Central starting shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Northwest Herald staffers will provide around-the-clock, election night updates on results, breaking stories and a Twitter feed. Readers can join in the discussion by adding the hashtag #nwhelect to their tweets.

Here’s a recap of our endorsements:

McHenry County College trustees (vote for 3) Chris Jenner, Mike Smith, Molly Walsh and Thomas Wilbeck

Barrington Hills village president Robert Abboud

Cary village president Mark Kownick

Fox Lake village president Edward Bender

Harvard mayor Jay Nolan

Hebron village president Frank Beatty

Holiday Hills village president Daniel Drury

Johnsburg village president No endorsement

Lake in the Hills village president Paul Mulcahy

Lakemoor village president Ryan “Todd” Weihofen

McCullom Lake village president Terry Counley

McHenry mayor Sue Low

Proposition to create a

Developmental Disabilities (377) Board No endorsement

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