Village Clerk

The Village Clerk is the official keeper of the village seal, all records and papers, and is the agent for publications of notices to comply with our Open Meetings Act. The Village Clerk is a deputy registrar for voters and records legal documents pertaining to tax levies and properties. The Village Clerk attends village board meetings to keep a record of its proceedings. Office responsibilities are handled by the Village Manager's Office and Deputy Village Clerk.
 

April 6, 2021 Consolidated Election

Polls will be open 6:00 am - 7:00 pm for the Tuesday, April 6, 2021 local elections.  During this election, the following Village of Lake Zurich positions will be up for re-election.

  • Village President
  • Village Trustee (three Trustee seats) 
  • Village Clerk
These are all four year terms. 

Candidates who have filed petitions to run in the April election include the following:

Village President
  • Thomas Poynton (Lake Zurich Forward slate)
  • Jeffrey Halen (Independent) 
Village Clerk
  • Kathleen Johnson (Lake Zurich Forward slate)
Village Trustee
  • Daniel Bobrowski (Lake Zurich Forward slate)
  • Mary Beth Euker (Lake Zurich Forward slate)  
  • Greg Weider (Lake Zurich Forward slate) 
  • Eric Dubiel (LZ Thrive slate)
  • Michael Paulus (Write-in candidate)
Key dates to remember leading up to April 6, 2021:

  • February 25, 2021:  1st day the County will begin mailing-out ballots for April election.   Also the 1st day of voting at County Clerk's Office in Waukegan. 
  • March 9, 2021:  Last day to register to vote in April election. 
  • March 22, 2021:  1st day for in-person voting at Ela Township Office on Route 22, Lake Zurich

Do you need to register to vote? Do it online by March 9th at: Illinois Online Voter Registration Application: Home Page

April 2, 2019 Consolidated Election
During the most recent local election on April 2, 2019, Lake Zurich's voter turnout was just over 8% (compared with 11% for Lake County as a whole).  During this election, Lake Zurich contained 13,602 registered voters.

Certified election results from the County Clerk's Office resulted in the following individuals being elected to the Village Board for 4-year terms.

                                           Votes Received

     Janice Gannon               1,029
     Marc Spacone                1,066
     Jonathan Sprawka          1,106