Greenfield takes the GOP primary for clerk
Incumbent Naperville Township Clerk Barry Greenberg took the Republican primary last night.
He faced challenger attorney Tom Laz for the Clerk position.
After his victory in the primary, Greenberg took to social media to thank his supporters.
"Thank you! I am grateful for everyone who voted for me in yesterday's primary," Greenberg posted. "I am humbled to be the Republican party's nominee for Naperville Township Clerk in the Consolidated General Election on April 4th."
Greenberg received 71.56 percent, or 1,608 votes. Laz received 28.44 percent, or 639 votes. All 87 precincts had reported in by 9:45 p.m. Tuesday
Greenberg has served as town clerk since April 2013. During his four-year term, he worked to increase voter registration at senior residences. He organized the township records and duly oversaw the destruction of old records per Illinois law.
Prior to his election, he served for two years as a member of the Naperville Township Veterans & Seniors Assistance Team. During his time with the team, he worked with the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce on the Hiring Our Heroes job fairs. Greenberg is an active member of the civic and philanthropic community of Naperville Township.
Greenberg now advances to the April 4 election, where he will face the Democratic candidate Nate Sippel. The Naperville Township Democrats selected Sippel in a December caucus.
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