A press release from 14th District Republican State Central Committeeman Stan Bond:
Stan Bond Announces Bid For Kane County Clerk
Montgomery resident Stan Bond has announced his candidacy for the office of Kane County Clerk in the 2018 election.
Bond served in the Kane County Clerk’s office from December of 2011 through February of 2015, having been promoted three times during that service from Desk Clerk to Applications Analyst to the #2 office position, Chief Deputy Clerk. He left the County Clerk’s office when incumbent clerk John Cunningham eliminated his Chief Deputy Clerk position.
Since February 2015 Bond has served in the Kane County Information Technologies Department as Business Process Coordinator for Kane County Circuit Clerk Thomas M. Hartwell.
On announcing his run, Bond remarked,
“The County Clerk’s office touches many, many lives in the course of a year. It is responsible not only for elections, but also vital records such as Passports, Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, Business Registrations, and more.
“The County Clerk also provides the mathematical tax extensions that determine the dollar amounts which appear on your Property Tax bill.”
“My knowledge of the County Clerk’s office, its people, systems, vendors and technology can provide a seamless transition, while also providing a fresh perspective and attitude.
“There has not been a change in the Kane County Clerk for 15 years now – during that time much has changed in the way of technology, IT security threats, and timely public service.
“I am running for this office because I can do a better job.” Bond adds.
A resident of Montgomery, IL, Bond is serving his second term as Trustee for the Village of Montgomery. He is also an Illinois State Central Committeeman for the 14th Congressional District. He is Chairman of the Western Kane County Republican Organization and Precinct Committeeman for Sugar Grove Township Precinct 2.
Bond has been a resident of Kane County for 27 years residing first in Batavia, and currently making his home in Montgomery. He and his wife Marion have been married for 38 years and enjoy three daughters and three grandsons. He received both undergraduate and graduate education at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, earning two scholarships, first place in 1970 Oratory Competition and Dean’s List graduation. As a student intern Bond authored Carbondale’s successful All America City award application and its successful presentation to the National Municipal League.