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Spring Election Scheduled for Tuesday, April 4, 2017

 

The office of Village President and Village Trustee are on the ballot for April 4, 2017. Polls will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

See Sample Ballots Below:

 

Sample Ballot Joint 8

 

Sample Ballot Joint 6

 

Sample Ballot Joint 1


 

80 Voters Turned Out for State Spring Primary

 

At the Primary for the office of State School Superintendant, 40 votes were cast for Tony Evers, 24 Votes were cast for Lowell Holtz and 15 votes were cast for John Humphries.

 

There were no provisional ballots issued and at the close of the polls there were seven unreturned absentee ballots.


 

Spring Primary Election on February 21, 2017

 

The only race on the Spring Primary ballot is for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The three candidates appearing on the ballot will be narrowed down to the top two for the Spring Election on April 4, 2017. Polls will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

Sample Ballot

 

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Spring Election Scheduled for April 4, 2017

 

The deadline to file nomination papers was Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

 

Incumbent Village President Pat Kenny (785 Indian Hills Road) was the only candidate to file nomination papers for the two-year President term that begins April 18, 2017.  Kenny served as Village Trustee from 2008 until being elected to as the Village President in 2015.

 

Four candidates have filed nomination paper for three Village Trustee seats. Nomination papers were filed by incumbents Thomas McGreevy (897 Tarrant Drive) who has served as Trustee since 2009, Arvid Petersen (351 E. Waubun Drive) who previously served as Village President from 2009 to 2015, and as Trustee since 2015, and Tom Whowell (384 N. Lakeshore Drive) who been on and off the board as both President and Trustee since 1975. Most recently, Whowell was appointed to fill Bill Gage's term in December, 2014, and was reelected in the 2015 Spring Election. John O'Neill (323 Bay View Avenue) who previously served on the board from 1999 to 2000 has also filed nomination papers and will appear on the Spring Ballot.

 

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Presidential Election Results for the Village of Fontana

 

After the polls closed on November 8, 2016 there were two outstanding absentee ballots and no provisional ballots issued. There were a total of 996 ballots cast. The deadline to receive absentee ballots was at the close of the polls on November 8, 2016.

 

See Results Here

 


Presidential Election - November 8, 2016

 

The Presidential Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 and polls will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. In-office absentee voting will begin on Monday, October 10, 2016. To request an absentee ballot by mail, please choose the Absentee Ballot link above and submit the application to the municipal clerk.

 

Click here for more information on Voter ID law and what to expect at the polls on election day.

 

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No Provisional Ballots Issued in August, 2016 Primary Election

 

The polls at the Partisan Primary Election closed at 8:00 pm on August 9, 2016 with a total of 322 votes cast.  The Village had four outstanding absentee ballots and did not issue any provisional ballots. The deadline to receive all absentee ballots is Friday, August 12, 2016 by 4:00 pm.


Partisan Primary Election is Scheduled for Tuesday, August 9, 2016

 

Polls will open at 7:00 am and remain open until 8:00 pm for the Partisan Primary on Tuesday, August 9, 2016.  The Partisan Primary election allows electors to vote in only one party's primary; no crossover voting is allowed. Sample Ballot

 


Spring Election Results Are In!

 

A total of 738 ballots were cast in the Spring Election and Presidential Primary on April 5, 2016. The top three seats for Village Trustee were awarded to Rick Pappas with 506 votes, Dave Prudden with 393 votes and Stan Livingston with 325 votes. George Spadoni received 283 votes. Judge Jensen was reelected for another four-year term as Village of Fontana Municipal Judge with 520 votes.

 

No Provisional Ballots were issued and three Absentee Ballots remain outstanding as of 8:00 pm on April 5, 2016.

 

See the Results Tape Here


Village of Fontana Spring and Presidential Preference Election is Scheduled for Tuesday, April 5, 2016

 

Four candidates are running for three Village Board seats in the Spring Election. Current Municipal Judge David Jensen is running unopposed to keep his seat as Municipal Court Judge. Other offices on the ballot include the Presidential Preference, Supreme Court Justice, Court of Appeals Judge, Circuit Court Judge Branch 2, Circuit Court Judge Branch 4, County Supervisor, and Big Foot Union High School Board Member (Town of Sharon, Town of Linn, Walworth/Delavan, Fontana).

 

Click Here to see a Joint 8 Sample Ballot

 

Click Here to see a Joint 6 Sample Ballot

 

Click Here to see a Joint 1 Sample Ballot

 

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Village Had Four Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots in the 2016 Spring Primary

 

In the first election of 2016 which required that all electors show Photo ID, no Provisional Ballots were issued. There were a total of 19 absentee ballots issued, one not counted, and four not returned. The outstanding absentee ballots need to be received by the Clerk by 4:00 pm on Friday, February 19, 2016 to be counted.

 

Results Tapes

 


Spring Primary Scheduled for Tuesday, February 16, 2016

 

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

Justice of the Supreme Court and Walworth County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 2 will appear on February's Ballot. Click here to see a sample.

 

Wisconsin's Voter Photo ID Law is in place for the February Primary. Remember to bring your photo ID to the polls.  Click here for a list of acceptable Photo ID's.

 


Spring Election scheduled for Tuesday, April 5, 2016

 

Three Village Board Trustee seats will be elected at the 2016 Spring Election. Those seats are currently held by Rick Pappas, Dave Prudden and George Spadoni.

 

Municipal Judge David Jensen is also up for reelection as his term expires in 2016.

 

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On January 5, 2016, Stanton Livingston III turned in his nomination papers and exceeded the 20 valid signatures required to appear on the ballot for the Spring Election.

 

As of January 4, 2016, Stanton Livingston III, Pheasant Ridge resident, has filed the Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement. All nomination papers are due by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, January 5, 2016.

 

As of December 29, 2015, all three Village Board incumbents, Dave Prudden, Rick Pappas and George Spadoni, and Municipal Judge David Jenson, have submitted the forms and paperwork required to appear on the ballot in the Spring Election.

 

As of December 9, 2015, Micki O'Connell filed the GAB-162 Declaration of Candidacy, however, to date, no nomination papers have been filed with the clerk.


One Late Arriving Absentee Ballot

 

After closing the polls Tuesday night with two outstanding Absentee Ballots, one was returned as a late arriving Absentee Ballot. The election outcome remains unchanged with Spadoni receiving 153 votes, Petersen receiving 159 votes, Whowell receiving 158 votes and McGreevy receiving 191 votes. President Elect Kenny won with 241 votes.


Village Had Two Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots in April 7, 2015 Spring Election

 

The Village of Fontana had two outstanding Absentee Ballots and did not issue any Provisional Ballot in the Spring Election held Tuesday, April 7, 2015.

 

A total of 277 voters turned out in Fontana for the Spring Election.  The top three seats for Village Trustee were awarded to Tom McGreevy, Arvid Petersen and Tom Whowell. Pat Kenny was elected to the position of Village President with 240 votes.

Results Tape


April 7, 2015 Spring Election

The Village President seat and three Trustee seats will be voted on at the upcoming Spring Election on April 7, 2015.  Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

Fontana Jt. 8 Sample Ballot

 

Reek Jt. 6 Sample Ballot

 

Walworth Jt. 1 Sample Ballot


Four Trustees File Nomination Papers for Three Seats

April 7, 2015 Spring Election

The Village President seat and three Trustee seats will be voted on at the upcoming Spring Election on April 7, 2015.  Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

Fontana Jt. 8 Sample Ballot

 

Reek Jt. 6 Sample Ballot

 

Walworth Jt. 1 Sample Ballot


Four Trustees File Nomination Papers for Three Seats

Village of Fontana voters will have four candidates to choose from in the race for the three Trustee positions up for election in the April 7, 2015 Spring Election.  The deadline for filing nomination papers for ballot placement in the Spring Election was January 6, 2015 at 5:00 pm.  Incumbent Trustees George Spadoni, Tom Whowell and Tom McGreevy as well as outgoing Village President Arvid Petersen, filed papers for the three Trustee positions. 

 

Incumbent Trustee Pat Kenny was the only one to file papers for Village President.  President Arvid Petersen filed his notification of non-candidacy for Village President on December 10, 2014.  It is anticipated that no primary will be required.

 


Village President, Three Trustees Face Reelection

Village of Fontana voters will have four candidates to choose from in the race for the three Trustee positions up for election in the April 7, 2015 Spring Election.  The deadline for filing nomination papers for ballot placement in the Spring Election was January 6, 2015 at 5:00 pm.  Incumbent Trustees George Spadoni, Tom Whowell and Tom McGreevy as well as outgoing Village President Arvid Petersen, filed papers for the three Trustee positions. 

 

Incumbent Trustee Pat Kenny was the only one to file papers for Village President.  President Arvid Petersen filed his notification of non-candidacy for Village President on December 10, 2014.  It is anticipated that no primary will be required.

 


Village President, Three Trustees Face Reelection

Trustee Kenny Files Nomination Papers for Village President

Village President Arvid Petersen and Trustees George Spadoni and Tom McGreevy are all facing reelection in the Spring 2015 Election Tuesday, April 7, 2015. Former Trustee Bill Gage's seat is also up for election in April.

Trustee Rick Pappas, 543 Akwenasa Way, who has been serving on the Village Board since first being elected in April 2012, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on December 1, 2014, for Village President.  Pappas currently serves as chairman of the Park Commission and is a member of the Board of Review and the Geneva Lake Use Committee.

Trustee Pat Kenny, 785 Indian Hills Road, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on December 5, 2014, for Village President. Kenny, was first appointed to the Village Board in 2007 to finish out the unexpired term of Joe Bidwill, and won his first election in 2008.  Since then, he has been re-elected four times, including last April.  Kenny presently serves on the Geneva Lake Environmental Agency, Human Resources Committee and the Board of Review, and is the chairman of the Finance Committee and Environmental Committee.

 

Kenny filed his Nomination Papers on December 8, 2014 and the papers were certified by the Village Clerk on December 10, 2014, officially placing him on the April 7th ballot as a registered Village President candidate.

 

Village President Arvid Petersen, 351 E. Waubun Drive, filed his Notification of Noncandidacy for the Village President position on December 10, 2014. Petersen will be completing his third two-year term as President. 

 

Petersen also filed on December 10, 2014 a Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement to run for Village Trustee in 2015.  Prior to serving as President, Petersen served six years as a Trustee.  Petersen currently serves on the HR Committee, Protection Committee, Emergency Management Committee, Board of Review, Plan Commission, FWWPCC, Geneva Lake Law Enforcement Agency Board, the Geneva Lake Use Committee and the CDA.   

 

Petersen's Nomination Papers were turned in and certified by the Village Clerk on December 16, 2014, which registers him to run in the Spring Election for a Village Trustee seat.

 

Trustee Thomas McGreevy, 897 Tarrant Drive, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement for Village Trustee on December 5, 2014. McGreevy serves on the Human Resources Committee, the FWWPPC Board, and is the chairman of the Public Works Committee.  McGreevy was elected to serve his first term on the Village Board in 2009 and was re-elected in 2011 and 2013.

 

McGreevy turned in his Nomination Papers on December 11, 2014 and the papers were certified by the Village Clerk on December 12, 2014.  McGreevy will officially appear as a candidate for Village Trustee in the Spring Election.

 

Trustee George Spadoni, 540 Oak Street, who has served five consecutive terms as Trustee, filed his Declaration of Candidacy on December 1, 2014, to run for reelection.  Spadoni currently serves as the chairman of the Plan Commission and Local Business Committee.

 

Spadoni turned in his amended Campaign Registration Statement and Nomination Papers on December 15, 2014, officially certifying him for the April 7, 2015 election to run for his sixth consecutive term as Village Trustee.

 

Tom Whowell, 384 N. Lakeshore Drive, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on December 16, 2014 to run for Village Trustee in 2015.  Whowell served as President of the Village Board from 2001 - 2007, and as Trustee from 1973 - 1977, and was appointed to serve the remainder of former Trustee Bill Gage's term after his resignation in November, 2014.  Whowell serves on the Board of Review and the Library Board.

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Village Had One Outstanding Absentee Ballot and Issued No Provisional Ballots in November 4, 2014 Election

The Village of Fontana had one outstanding Absentee Ballot and did not issue a Provisional Ballot in the General Election held Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

A total of 768 voters turned out in Fontana for the election; however, there were only 767 ballots cast. Results Tape

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Village Had Two Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots in August 12, 2014 Primary Election

The Village of Fontana had two outstanding Absentee Ballots and did not issue a Provisional Ballot in the Partisan Primary Election held Tuesday, August 12, 2014.

A total of 193 voters turned out in Fontana for the primary election and favored Republican Sheriff candidate Kurt Picknell, 108 votes, over the other Republican candidate Ken Brauer, 19 votes. There were 5 write-in votes case for Democratic Sheriff candidate Csaba Keller and three write-in votes cast for nobody. Results Tape


Village Had No Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots in April 1, 2014 Election

The Village of Fontana had all of the Absentee Ballots that were issued returned and did not issue a Provisional Ballot in the Spring Election held Tuesday, April 1, 2014.

Incumbents, PFC Member Win Trustee Positions

A total of 432 voters turned out in Fontana for the election and reelected incumbent Trustees Patrick Kenny, 318 votes, and Rick Pappas, 261 votes, as well Police and Fire Commissioner David L. Prudden, 200 votes. Finishing fourth in the race for the three Village Trustees positions was former Village President Tom Whowell, 198 votes. Public Works Committee member Todd Reschke finished fifth with 79 votes, and there were 11 write-in votes cast.

In the Big Foot High School referendum seeking authorization to exceed the state levy limits by $990,000 for the next five years, Fontana voters cast 285 yes votes, and 139 no votes. Results Tape


Five Candidates Vying for Three Trustee Positions on April 1, 2014

Two Incumbents Seeking Reelection, Trustee Wilson Stepping Down

There are five citizens running for the three Village of Fontana trustee positions on the ballot for the Spring 2014 Election on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. Incumbent Trustees Patrick Kenny and Rick Pappas are seeking reelection, and Trustee Cindy Wilson is stepping down after completing her second two-year term of office.

Fontana Jt. 8 Sample Ballot

Reek Jt. 6 Sample Ballot

Walworth Jt. 1 Sample Ballot

Kenny, 785 Indian Hills Road, was appointed trustee October 15, 2007 to complete the unexpired term of Trustee Joe Bidwill, who resigned his position in September 2007. Kenny was elected to a full two-year term in April 2008, and won reelection in 2010 and 2012. He filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement for a fourth two-year term on December 2, 2013 and filed his Nomination Papers on December 30, 2013. Kenny currently is the chairman of the Finance Committee, a member of the Board of Review, and is the Village Board representative on the Geneva Lake Environmental Agency Board of Directors.

Pappas, 543 Akwenasa Way, who is completing his first two-year term after being elected to office in April 2012, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on December 2, 2013 and his Nomination Papers on December 7, 2013 for a second two-year term as Village Trustee. Pappas is the current chairman of the Lakefront and Harbor Committee and is a member of the Board of Review.

Wilson, 813 Van Slyke Drive, filed a Notification of Noncandidacy on December 12, 2013. Wilson was elected to a two-year term in April 2010, and finished fourth in a six-person race for three trustee positions in April 2012; however, she was appointed by the Village Board to complete the two-year term of Derek D'Auria after he finished third in the April 2012 election, but declined to take office. Wilson is the current Park Commission chairman and is one of the Village Board representatives on the Community Development Authority (CDA) Board.

Past Village President, Two Residents File Nomination Papers

Past Village President Tom Whowell, 384 North Lakeshore Drive, filed a Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on January 3, 2014 and his Nomination Papers on January 7, 2014 for Village Trustee. Whowell served as a Village trustee from April 1973 to April 1977, and was the Village President from April 2001 through April 2007. Whowell has continued to serve as a member of the Fontana Public Library Board and the Board of Review since stepping down from the President position in 2007.

Todd Reschke, 810 Shoshone Road, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement for Village Trustee on December 2, 2013 and his Nomination Papers on January 6, 2014. Reschke recently registered to vote in the Village of Fontana and was appointed at the February 3, 2014 Village Board meeting to fill an open position on the Public Works Committee. He is making his first bid for elected office.

David L. Prudden, 274 Sylvan Lane, filed his Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement on December 11, 2013 and his Nomination Papers for Village Trustee on December 16, 2013. Prudden is a current member of the Police and Fire Commission.


Village Had No Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots for April 2, 2013 Election

The Village of Fontana had all of the Absentee Ballots that were issued returned and did not issue a Provisional Ballot in the Spring Election held Tuesday, April 2, 2013. A total of 349 voters turned out in Fontana for the election which did not feature competition in the local races. There were two referendum questions on the ballot for the Big Foot Union High School District and the Gateway Technical College District.

The Village of Fontana incumbents who were facing election all were unchallenged. Reelected to two-year terms were President Arvid Petersen, who received 258 votes, and Trustee Bill Gage, 256 votes, Trustee Thomas McGreevy, 254 votes, and Trustee George Spadoni, 217 votes. Results Tape

Big Foot, Gateway Referendums Fail

Voters in the Village of Fontana cast 194 "Yes" votes on the Big Foot Union High School referendum question, and 146 "No" votes; however, the referendum failed to earn approval throughout the district by a total of 16 votes. According to the Walworth County website, the referendum received a total of 880 "No" votes and 864 "Yes" votes; however, there were six outstanding Absentee Ballots issues in the Village of Walworth, and two outstanding Absentee Ballots issued in the Town of Linn that could still be counted if received by April 5, 2013 with a postmark on or prior to April 2, 2013.

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Voters in the Village of Fontana cast 188 "No" votes on the Gateway Technical College referendum question that sought approval to borrow $49 million, and 146 "Yes" votes. Overall, the Gateway referendum question failed to earn approval by a total of 12,081 votes that were cast in Walworth, Racine and Kenosha counties, according to results from the three county websites. There were a total of 35,928 "No" votes cast in the three counties, and 23,847 "Yes" votes.

Walworth County voters cast a total of 9,258 "No" votes on the Gateway referendum, and 6,466 "Yes" votes; Racine County voters cast 17,097 "No" votes and 9,323 "Yes" votes; and Kenosha County voters cast 9,573 "No" votes and 8,058 "Yes" votes.


Village Had Two Outstanding Absentee Ballots and Issued No Provisional Ballots for February 19, 2013 Election

The Village of Fontana had two Absentee Ballots that were issued but not returned and issued no Provisional Ballots in the statewide Primary Election held Tuesday, February 19, 2013. A total of 101 voters turned out in Fontana for the Supreme Court Justice primary. Results Tape


Village Had Two Outstanding Absentee Ballots and No Provisional Ballots for November 6, 2012 Election

The Village of Fontana had one of the three outstanding Absentee Ballots mailed back to the Village Hall by Friday, November 9, 2012 to increase the total voter turnout from 955 to 956 for the General Election held Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

There were three Absentee Ballots that were not returned by November 6, 2012 out of the 261 Absentee ballots issued to Village of Fontana voters; however, the one Military Absentee Ballot issued by the Village was returned via the mail on November 9, 2012.

The Village of Fontana did not issue a Provisional Ballot in the election.

Results Tape

Sample Ballot - Fontana Jt. 8 and Walworth Jt. 1 School Districts

Sample Ballot - Reek Jt. 6 School District


Village Had Three Outstanding Absentee Ballots and No Provisional Ballots for State Partisan Primary Election Held August 14, 2012

The Village of Fontana had 284 voters turn out for the Wisconsin Partisan Primary Election on Tuesday, August 14, 2012. There were three Absentee Ballots that were not returned out of the 27 Absentee ballots issued to Village of Fontana voters.

The Village of Fontana did not issue any Provisional Ballots in the August 14, 2012 Recall Election.

Results Tape

Not Returned Absentee Ballots Tally Sheet


Village Had One Outstanding Absentee Ballot and No Provisional Ballots for State Recall Election June 5, 2012

The Village of Fontana had 796 voters turn out for the for the State Recall Election for the Governor and Lt. Governor offices on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. There was one Absentee Ballot that was not returned out of the 109 Absentee ballots issued to Village of Fontana voters.

The Village of Fontana did not issue any Provisional Ballots in the June 5, 2012 Recall Election. Results Tape


Village Had Two Outstanding Absentee Ballots and No Provisional Ballots for State Recall Primary Election May 8, 2012

The Village of Fontana had 430 voters turn out for the for the State Recall Primary Election for the Governor and Lt. Governor offices on Tuesday, May 8, 2012. There were two outstanding Absentee Ballots that were not returned out of the 26 Absentee ballots issued to Village of Fontana voters.

The Village of Fontana did not issue any Provisional Ballots in the May 8, 2012 election. Results Tape


Village Board Appoints Trustee Wilson to Two-Year Term

The Village of Fontana Board of Trustees approved a two-year appointment for Cindy Wilson to fill the open position on the Village Board that was not accepted by Derek D'Auria following the April 3, 2012 Spring Election. The appointment was made at the annual Organizational Meeting held April 17, 2012. Minutes

D'Auria, who was elected to one of the three Trustee positions in the April 3, 2012 Spring Election, announced April 9, 2012 that he would not be accepting office.

D'Auria submitted a letter to Village Clerk Dennis Martin Monday afternoon, April 9, 2012 announcing the decision.


Trustee Kenny, Judge Jensen Earn Reelection

Village Has No Outstanding Absentee or Provisional Ballots

Village of Fontana incumbent Trustee Patrick Kenny and Municipal Court Judge David C. Jensen earned reelection at the Presidential Preference and 2012 Spring Election Tuesday, April 3, 2012. Also winning election to Trustee positions were Rick Pappas and Derek D’Auria.

A total of 516 voters turned out and favored Trustee Kenny with 321 votes in the six-person race for three seats. Pappas received 259 votes to finish second, and D’Auria received 208 votes to finish third. Incumbent Trustee Cindy Wilson finished fourth in her unsuccessful bid for a second two-year term with 201 votes. Scott Vilona finished fifth with 187 votes, and Brandon Marvin finished sixth with 51 votes. There were five write-in votes cast without any names of residents written in the blank.

In the race for a four-year term for Municipal Court Judge, Jensen received 259 votes, and challenger Pete Wilson received 188 votes. There was one write-in vote cast without a name of a resident written in the blank.

Even though he carried the Village of Fontana by a margin of 312 to 135, Trustee George Spadoni lost his bid for the Walworth County Board Supervisor position for District No. 9 to the incumbent Richard Brandl by a total final count of 768 to 847. There were five write-in votes cast in the District, which covers the Villages of Fontana, Sharon and Walworth, and portions of Walworth and Sharon Townships.

In a race for the Fontana Elementary Joint 8 School District Board of Education Village of Fontana representative, Fontana voters favored Lisa Turner Laing with 255 votes, and Brandon Marvin received 120 votes. Laing won the election with a total of 336 votes in the three jurisdictions, compared to 171 votes for Marvin.

A new state statute requires the municipalities to track and report any outstanding Absentee or Provisional ballots for the election. The Village of Fontana did not have any outstanding Absentee or Provisional ballots when the polls closed at 8:00 PM on April 3, 2012.

Village of Fontana Results Tape


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