If GOP Primary Were Today, Who Would You Vote For: Burns or Lauzen?

March 20 is coming up soon. In the Republican primary race for Kane County Board chairman, state Sen. Chris Lauzen faces Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns. Who do you think will win?

It's been a contentious primary campaign so far, and there are still many days left before the March 20 election.

There has been a lot of back and forth during the race for the Republican nomination for Kane County Board chairman.

The rhetoric has been intense, and each side has thrown its share of daggers.

From , to , to , to attacks on each other's personal character, this has been a no-holds-barred battle.

Who will win?

That's for voters to decide on March 20. In the meantime, here's a Patch poll.

Robert Mann March 03, 2012 at 04:00 PM
Chris Lauzen sat around doing nothing in the state senate for 20 years while the state government finances tanked. He has no experience in management, much less minicipal management. None of his alleged 'qualifications' relate to the county Chair position. His sole objective is to gain more pension credits. This is someone we want to vote for? I don't think so!
G.Ryan March 03, 2012 at 05:01 PM
Ah! Time to break up the "Boys Club". Guess what? I don't think you need a scholar degree in "municipal" management.??? Mr.Lauzen is a man to vote for! But no worries for your friend Mr. Burns, he may be able to park his "Kodak pic" bus alongside the other parked buses in the bus graveyard at the School District!
Robert Mann March 03, 2012 at 08:06 PM
Your Mr. Lauzen for the past 20 years has been complicit in helping to make our state the worst in the nation for corruption, financial irresponsibility and business exodus. Major increase in taxes and two governors off to jail. He has no qualifications for the county job. He should be ashamed to show his face, much less run for this office.
TJ Adams March 03, 2012 at 08:59 PM
Character matters and Burns has NONE. Tim
Sandy Kaczmarski March 03, 2012 at 09:54 PM
I'm afraid I have to agree with you Bob. And now he's got an endorsement from the DuPage chair. He doesn't seem to understand his senate district is irrelevant when he's running for board chair -- in Kane County. Lauzen will receive a nice pay increase to six-figures and as you say, give a big boost to his pension. This is all about Chris and not the people of Kane County.


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