ILACP Vice Presidential Candidates for 2018 Election

Tannahill declares candidacy for 3rd VP
The ILACP executive director has been notified of the declared candidacy of Chief John Tannahill, Director of Public Safety for the Lake County Forest Preserves Police Department. He will be a candidate for Third Vice President at the April 2018 annual election in Peoria, IL.
His announcement letter of intent is linked here for your perusal.

 

Madden declares candidacy for 3rd VP
The ILACP executive director has been notified that Chief John W. Madden, of the Burr Ridge Police Department, has rescinded his candidacy for VP At-Large, Region 3, and instead submitted a letter of intent as a candidate for Third Vice President at the April 2018 annual election in Peoria, IL. His announcement letter of intent is linked here for your perusal.

 

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Davis declares candidacy for 3rd VP
The ILACP executive director has been notified of the declared candidacy of Chief Mitchell Davis, of the Hazel Crest Police Department. He will be a candidate for Third Vice President at the April 2018 annual election in Peoria, IL. 
His announcement letter of intent is linked here for your perusal.

 

Kushner_WmKushner is candidate for VP At-Large, Region 3
Chief William Kushner of Des Plaines has declared his candidacy to run for Vice President At-Large, Region 3, in April 2018. Kushner currently holds the position and was sworn in for a one-year term as of April 2017. If re-elected in April 2018, he will serve a full three-year term. Region 3 includes these seven counties: Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry and Will. Members in those counties will be eligible to vote in this election next April. Candidacy Letter of William Kushner.

 

Note about VP at-Large in Region 2: No election in 2018
Late in 2017, VP at-Large VP Dean Stiegemeier announced his retirement from the South Beloit Police Department. That prompted us to announce an election for that position in Region 2 in April 2018. However, Chief Stiegemeier got a new position, chief of police in Maple Park, and will continue to serve as VP At-Large in Region 2. His term runs through 2019. Therefore, there will not be election for this position in 2018.