Register to Vote by March 12

The deadline to register to vote for the April election is March 12.

Residents wishing to vote in the April 9 municipal election need to act soon—the deadline to register is fast-approaching.

The cutoff to register is Tuesday, March 12. Residents can register at Village Hall, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Mayor Ed Zabrocki's opponent Steve Eberhardt, and trustee candidates Karen Weigand, Andrew DeLuca and Nancy Petro, recently filed a complaint over Zabrocki and incumbent trustees Brian Maher, Dave Seaman and T.J. Grady's use of village-funded photos on their campaign website, www.TeamTinley.com.

TeamTinley.com no longer uses the challenged photos, as of Thursday, Jan. 31.

Below is a list of candidates running for village office on the April 9 ballot.


  • Edward Joseph Zabrocki, Jr.*
  • Stephen Erhard Eberhardt


  • Patrick E. Rea*


  • David G. “Dave” Seaman*
  • Brian S. Maher*
  • Terrence “T.J.” Grady*
  • Andrew S. DeLuca
  • Nancy M. Petro
  • Karen Elizabeth Weigand

Library Board

  • Nancy V. Coughlin, 6-year term
  • Mohammed Nofal, 6-year term
  • Gina Miller, 6-year term*
  • Darren Meyers, 2-year term*

* Denotes incumbent candidates

TP Resident February 01, 2013 at 04:38 PM
Zabrocki Rea Seaman Grady Maher All have my vote! We don't need any yahoo's slinging mud to try and get everybody's vote to win in office!
Pat C. February 01, 2013 at 09:20 PM
He is not slinging mud. Eberhardt is just making everybody aware of the "mud" that is the current administration. Pay attention and verify for yourself.
TP Resident February 01, 2013 at 09:41 PM
I have verified! He is good at giving part of the story. Not somebody who should be in office!
Newby February 02, 2013 at 06:56 PM
TP resident - I think calling someone a "yahoo" is slinging mud. It is not slinging mud to debate or disagree. How about a little more transparency from the current T.P. administration?
Ready for Change February 26, 2013 at 06:31 PM
@TP resident..."I have verified!" Who are you? So what have you verified? The FOIAs that Mr. Eberhardt has obtained has also verified and with plenty of indisputable data. A lot of shady self serving decisions on the part of the current administration. Vote Eberhardt!
Flip Gaines March 28, 2013 at 04:30 AM
How I spent my trip to Saint Louis Of course it is entirely possible that Eberhardt was fired not because he wrote a novel but because of the methods he employed in gathering material for it. If someone wanting to write a murder mystery decided he really ought to find out what it feels like to be a murderer and so he went out and killed someone, his punishment for murder would not raise any issue under the First Amendment. And perhaps that is the essential character of the case here. Eberhardt may have been fired not for writing a novel and not for engaging in anything usefully described as sexual harassment but simply because he exhibited outstandingly poor judgment in lurking about the home of Judy Mondello's parents, possibly conveying to her however inadvertently the impression that he was following her about, that he knew everything about her, that she could not escape his gaze. Creepy, Even for Stevie BK


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