It‘s Randy Donley and Ersel Schuster in District 6

First, a disclaimer.

When I did an election night story on the Huntley School Board elections, I did not realize that absentee and early voting had not been included in the results when I wrote.

That oversight led me to report that Aileen Seedorf and Linda Moore had won seats on the District 158 board.

It turns out that those unknown votes knocked Moore down to first runner-up, slightly behind defeated Board President Mike Skala.

It certainly looks as if first place winner Randy Donley has secured a Republican spot on the ballot in District 6, the most rural one in McHenry County. He’s way ahead.

And it looks as if Ersel Schuster, who now serves as Seneca Township Supervisor, will have one, too, because she is in second place, 307 votes ahead of Woodstock’s John Jones.

If the live voting results hold up, Schuster will be poised to return to the McHenry County Board seat she has held two non-consecutive terms before.

You can bet the Establishment Republicans will not be looking forward to that return.

Schuster can be counted on to ask tough questions.

And, guess what?

Linda Moore played a role in Schuster’s victory.

She ran unopposed for Republican precinct committeeman in the newly carved out Sun City precinct and, apparently, worked most of Del Webb for Schuster.

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