Robin P. LaBedz, John Scaletta, Thomas F. Schwingbeck Jr., and Mary Beth Canty Win Trustee Position for Arlington Heights

With five candidates running for four open trustee positions on the Village Board of Arlington Heights, the winners Tuesday night are Robin P. LaBedz, John Scaletta, Thomas F. Schwingbeck Jr., and Mary Beth Canty.

With 54 of 60 Precincts reported and 5,386 ballots cast, the Cook County Clerk reported the following April 2, 2019 results …

Robin P. LaBedz (Independent)
22.39%
3,984

John Scaletta (Independent)
21.66%
3,853

Thomas F. Schwingbeck Jr. (Independent)
21.59%
3,842

Mary Beth Canty (Independent)
21.54%
3,833

With four positions open, Laura Taylor lost in the 5th place position.

Laura Taylor (Independent)
12.81%
2,280

The two incumbents, John Scaletta and Robin LaBedz, had the top votes.

Scaletta has been a trustee since 2007.

LaBedz was appointed to the position in 2013 to fill the seat of then-Trustee Thomas Hayes when he was elected mayor. LaBedz was elected in 2015.

Tom Schwingbeck won at his second run at a trustee seat. Schwingbeck is currently on the village’s zoning board of appeals. He ran previously in 2015.

Attorney Mary Beth Canty has lived in Arlington Heights since 2008, and ran successfully without any board experience.

Laurie Taylor ran with experience as president of the Northgate Civic Association.

See also …
electionnight.cookcountyclerk.com

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