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Arlington Heights Mayoral Race 2013: Your Candidates

Mark Hellner, Ron Drake and Village Trustee Thomas Hayes are each vying to become the next mayor of Arlington Heights.

There are three candidates for Arlington Heights residents to consider when voting for the next mayor in the April 9 consolidated election. 

Click on the links below to meet your candidates, and learn where they stand on issues they deem important to the livelihood and vibrancy of the Village of Arlington Heights.  

Mayoral Candidate Mark Hellner

Mayoral Candidate Ron Drake

Mayoral Candidate Thomas "Tom" Hayes

To learn about early voting, voting by mail and additional information about the April 9 election, visit the Cook County Clerk website

Amanda March 22, 2013 at 02:25 PM
Hayes is from that good old boys club. Chicago style politics at it’s best. A lot of residents, both Republican and Democrat feel he has a ethics issue. The business community and residents can no longer survive and afford to live in Arlington Heights. The damage is done, but Hellner can start fixing the issues and make local government free of nepotism and unfriendliness. Say no way to Hayes.
Amanda April 02, 2013 at 03:22 AM
Hayes told the 6290 residents in Arlington Hts who signed the Shadow Project petition back in 1997 that it met nothing. Trustee's make the rules in town, not you.
Bill Gnech April 05, 2013 at 02:23 PM
Ron Drake for Mayor Big Rally will be this Sunday April 7th at 6pm at his campaign office located just south of the Village Hall on Arlington Hts. Road. Music, Food and Mr. Drake
Frank April 05, 2013 at 02:34 PM
The benefit of term limits is more people get experience and can contribute to their community. The problem of not having them is that those who are perpetually in office lose touch with reality. They essentially get addicted to their positions and feel they are irreplaceable.
Amanda April 08, 2013 at 08:21 PM
Ron Drake had a big interview today with ABC. Watch it on the news.

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