November 2, 2018

Theresa Mah.

By William S. Bike

The following candidates will be on various Nov. 6 ballots in this community, running unopposed. All are Democrats.

State Representative

Theresa Mah, 2nd District. Mah is an incumbent and has been in office since Jan. 2017. Delia Ramirez, 4th District. Ramirez’s background is in social services as executive director of the Center for Changing Lives. Lamont Robinson Jr., 5th District. He has worked as a teacher at Harold Washington College and as director of a youth mentorship program. Sonya Marie Harper, 6th District. Harper is an incumbent and has served the district since Oct. 2015.

Arthur Turner, 9th District. Turner is an incumbent and has served the district since Dec. 2010. Melissa Conyears-Ervin, 10th District. She is an incumbent and has been in office since Jan. 2017. Christian Mitchell, 26th District. Mitchell is an incumbent and has been in office since Jan. 2013.

Mattie Hunter.

State Senate

Mattie Hunter, 3rd District. Hunter is an incumbent and has served the district since Jan. 2003. Patricia Van Pelt, 4th District. Van Pelt is an incumbent who took office in Jan. 2013.

Cook County

Toni Preckwinkle, president, County Board. She is an incumbent and has been in office since Dec. 2010. Brandon Johnson, 1st District, County Board. Johnson is a public school teacher from the Austin community. Dennis Deer, 2nd District, County Board. He is an incumbent, in office since July 2017. Alma E. Anaya, 7th District, County Board. Anaya is the 7th District’s director of administration.

Toni Preckwinkle.

Karen Yarbrough, clerk. She is an incumbent and has been in office since Jan. 2013. Thomas Dart, sheriff. He is an incumbent, in office since Jan. 2007. Maria Pappas, treasurer. She has been in office since Dec. 1998.