Saturday, February 2, 2013
Mark Troyanowski was elected during an emergency meeting of Wheatland Republicans on Wednesday after Scott Bishop withdrew his candidacy.
Saturday, February 2
By Shannon Antinori Wheatland Township GOP precinct committeemen elected Mark Troyanowski to fill a vacant spot on the ballot during a Jan. 30 emergency meeting of the Wheatland Township Republican Organization. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Naperville Patch on Facebook. Troyanowski will now run for highway commissioner among a slate of Republican candidates, replacing Scott Bishop, who withdrew for personal reasons. The new candidate is running against incumbent Dayton Jarnagin, who was elected as a Republican but is running as an Independent, and Democrat Dawn De Sart. Troyanowski is a 10-plus year resident of Wheatland Township and is an employee of the United States Pipe & Foundry Company and member of …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Scott Bishop was on the Wheatland GOP slate for highway commissioner.
Wednesday, January 30
By Shannon Antinori Wheatland Township Republicans are seeking a replacement to round out their slate for the April 9 election after highway commissioner candidate Scott Bishop withdrew from the race. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Naperville Patch on Facebook. Township deputy clerk Bill Alstrom, who is running for clerk, said Tuesday that Bishop withdrew for personal reasons. Alstrom said Wheatland Township Republican Organization (WTRO) leaders became aware of Bishop’s decision last week, and that a meeting is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday to select a replacement. Wednesday is the last day the Wheatland GOP has to choose a candidate. In an email sent Jan. 27, WTRO officials asked interested …