Whether it is volunteering for river clean ups or removing invasive species, serving on the State’s Coalition to End Hunger or raising money for environmental causes, public service is Ted’s passion. This is why he dedicated his career to public service after working in the private sector. Offering an uncommon portfolio of relationships and a long history of collaborating with all levels of government, Ted is uniquely positioned to address local and countywide issues.
Ted is a driven and accomplished professional with a proven track record of working across multiple industries and creating successful public-private partnerships. Whether it is trying to help youth make better choices regarding drugs and alcohol to protecting our state’s natural amenities, Ted has a public servant’s heart and has worked hard to improve the lives of others.
As a South Elgin resident for over 20 years, Ted had many choices on where to live, but Kane County immediately felt like home. Ted would be truly honored to serve as a Kane County Board Member and believes this unique opportunity will allow him to give back for all he has received from the community.
Why Ted is running for the Kane County Board
Kane County residents deserve the best from their elected officials and being a public servant comes with many challenges and responsibilities. Because of this, Ted will devote himself full-time to address these challenges and fight for what you deserve. He will ensure county government is run honestly, efficiently, and effectively to meet your needs.
With extensive experience and strong relationships, Ted excels at creating a rational approach to achieving goals. His enthusiasm, work ethic and knowledge will prove a tremendous asset to our community and the Kane County Board.
Photo: Ted at the Friends of the Fox River Clean Up
After the latest batch of ballots were counted — a total of 6,118 votes were cast as of Nov. 14, 2022 — it became clear there would not be enough new ballots returned by the Nov. 22 deadline to make up the 60-vote difference in my race for Kane County Board...