[Updated 3/22] The nomination period is now closed! See the Vote section for a list of candidates.
- Village board: 5
- CA board: 1
Save the date:
- Thursday, February 2 to Monday, March 13: The candidate handbook is available online. Completed portions of the handbook should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Monday, March 13: The following documents from the candidate’s handbook are due to email@example.com by 5pm: signed copy of the candidate’s acknowledgement, signed copy of the candidate disclosure statement, completed candidate form, signed copy of the campaign pledge
- Tuesday, March 28 and Tuesday, April 11: Candidate forums, 7-9pm.
- Saturday, April 22: Election day!
[Updated 4/25] All candidates with asteriks next to their names are elected in 2023.
- Village board (5 open seats)
- William Inglis
- Jared Ball (322)*
- Jeremy Dommu (329)*
- James Blackwood (310)
- Jonathan A. McKinney (283)
- Stephen D. Hannan (313)
- Mariah Robertson (348)*
- Chris Smith (316)*
- Kristine Amari (406)*
- CA board (1 open seat)
- Skye Anderson (391)*
- Brian England (316)
Who can vote:
- Owners and renters in compliance with Hickory Ridge covenants.
- One vote per household. In the case of a rental property, both owner and renter may cast a ballot.
How to vote:
- You can vote in-person or via mail-in absentee ballot.
- Absentee ballots may be mailed in or dropped off to The Hawthorn Center.
- When voting in-person, remember to bring ID that verifies your residency.
Save the date:
- Early April: Absentee ballots will be mailed to each household in Hickory Ridge. Ballots may be returned via mail or dropped off at The Hawthorn Center during operating hours.
- Thursday, April 6: Election information will be included on The Log newsletter and on the village website.
- Friday, April 21: Hickory Ridge Community Celebration and ballot drop-off event, 5:30-7:30pm. Deadline for mail-in absentee ballots.
- Saturday, April 22: Election day! In-person voting is open from 9am-12pm at The Hawthorn Center.
Have a question about how to run or vote?
For more information, visit the Hickory Ridge Community Association website.