Positively Naperville’s 2019 Election Guide

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The Consolidated Election is April 2, 2019. This Voters Guide is dedicated to the Municipal Elections for Mayor and City Council.


On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, voters in Naperville will head to the polls to elect members of the nonpartisan Naperville City Council, including the mayor.

To be brief, the City of Naperville is organized under a Council-Manager form of government with eight departments. The city’s motto is “Great Service – All the Time.”

The mission of the government of the City of Naperville “is to preserve the quality of life by providing municipal services that are responsive to the needs of the residents and businesses and are reliable, efficient and fiscally responsible.”

The City’s aim is to “be recognized for our exceptional quality of life through a sense of heritage and community in a large metropolitan city.”

For the 2019 Consolidated Election, Naperville voters also will go to the polls to elect individuals to serve on School District 203 and School District 204 Boards of Education, Naperville Park District Board of Commissioners and College of DuPage Board of Trustees.

To find information about the other races, click Public Forums and/or Meet & Greet Events featuring other candidates.

Early Voting begins March 18 at the Naperville Municipal Center.

Mayoral Candidates


Steve Chirico

Rocky Caylor

City Council Candidates


Bradford Miller

Michele Clemen

Barbara O'Meara

Theresa Sullivan

Bruce Hanson

Nancy Turner

Paul Hinterlong

Patty Gustin

Joe McElroy

Patrick Kelly

Whitney Robbins

Voting is kind of a big deal.