Election Results from April 4, 2017

VFP election results

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 || By Political Editor || @maywoodnews 

The following is a list of the results of the April 4, 2017 Consolidated General Election for Bellwood, Broadview, Maywood, Melrose Park and Stone Park.

Click here for access to all of the election results posted on the Cook County Clerk’s website.


2017 Election results_Bellwood

2017 Election results_Bellwood District 88

2017 Election results_Memorial Park District


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2017 Election results_Broadview Library District

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2017 Election results_Maywood

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2017 Election results_Melrose Park


2017 Election results_Stone Park

Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview District 89

2017 Election results_Maywood District 89

Lindop School District 92

2017 Election results_Lindop District 92

Proviso Township High Schools District 209

D209 election results

Proviso Township

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6 thoughts on “Election Results from April 4, 2017

  1. Now that the PEOPLE of Maywood have voiced their opinion and have refused the pay for pay politics of the twice defeated Yarbrough, he will be graceful and retire from local politics. There soon will be some jobs available in the Trump administration ( apply).

    1. It’s a shame that the elderly & disable in the area of the shuttered grocery store on 5th must go elsewhere to find life substanding food. While the Yarbroughs live high on the hog after orcastarting & managing the insurance shame ( State Farm ), ( Don Ora ).

  2. 43.81% of the registered voters that took the effort to cast their ballot spoke in a united strong voice No to Henderson now & forever also let his wife know she is on watch. Do the peoples bidding & STOP stuffing your pockets with tax payers monies.

  3. Well, the good thing is that Henderson Yarbrough, Sr. did not get elected as the mayor of Maywood. Attending the mayoral candidates, he wasn’t making any sense when I was questioning his mistakes when he was the mayor and discussing about TIF (tax increment finances) that can expand economic development growth, and invest in small businesses that can create jobs. The people of Maywood have definitely spoken!

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