Voters in Kendall County nominated a new auditor and a new recorder Tuesday, while at the same time voting to eliminate their positions.
Voters in more than 50 Cook County suburbs Tuesday gave the green light to municipal officials to negotiate with other suppliers to obtain cheaper power rates than ComEd charges its residential customers.
Residents of 75 Cook County communities will have the chance next month to vote for lower electric rates. The process is known as “electricity aggregation” — and a 2007 state law requires voter approval.
In suburban elections, there were a number of upsets and incumbents getting the heave-ho.