Earlville sticks with incumbent in close mayoral race

EARLVILLE – The results are in for Tuesday’s elections in the Village of Earlville. In what turned out to be a close race, Incumbent Mayor Toni Campbell will return for a second term in office.



According to Earlville Village Clerk Joyce U. Demmon, Campbell won the election with 180 votes, beating challenger Michael Kicinski, who received 125 votes.

“Tonight, the people of Earlville spoke loudly, and they reaffirmed the course we set out on two years ago: a course of responsible, accountable government,” Campbell said. Campbell explained that the village will be working to move forward to improve the village water system and to implement a partnership with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department for police coverage in Earlville.


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