Following in his father Chuck’s and his grandparents Millie and Howard Ruth’s footsteps, as well as his Great Grandfather’s, Eric Ruth won the Republican nomination for McHenry County’s Grafton Township Supervisor in Tuesday’s Primary Election.
Ruth decisively defeated Joseph Holtorf.
Incumbent Road Commissioner Tom Poznanski won re-election over Frank Kearns and Steven Stolzman.
The Township Clerk office was captured by Ruth running mate Kathleen Watson. Dina Frigo ran second.
With 1,103 votes showing for Township Supervisor, the posted election results are below:
- ERIC RUTH (REP) 757 68.63%
- JOSEPH H HOLTORF (REP) 342 31.01%
- DINA FRIGO (REP) 414 38.05%
- KATHLEEN M WATSON (REP) 673 61.86%
- Write-in (REP) 169 100.00% (These may or may not all be for registered write-in candidate Al Zielinski.)
- STEVEN T STOLZMAN (REP) 153 13.90%
- TOM POZNANSKI (REP) 512 46.50%
- FRANK J KEARNS (REP) 432 39.24%
- SEAN CRATTY (REP) 705 28.26%
- THOMAS D WELCH (REP) 729 29.22%
- DANIEL G ZILLER, JR. (REP) 779 31.22%
- Write-in (REP) 282 11.30% (Linda Moore and Matthew registered as write-in candidates.)