ILLINOIS—William F. Keck, CPA and Notre Dame University graduate, is seeking the Republican nomination for Representative of the 50th District in the Illinois General Assembly.
After serving 20 years as Kane County auditor, Keck retired at the completion of his fifth term, in December 2012. He said he is concerned about the “sorry state of affairs in Illinois state government,” and believes that his understanding of government operations can help restore sanity to state government.
Seeking to be a “voice for fiscal responsibility,” Keck has decided to come out of retirement and run for office.
ILLINOIS—In recognition of his many years of service as their continuing education sponsor, the Illinois Association of County Auditor has named William F. Keck, CPA, retired Kane County auditor, as their 2012 Auditor of the Year.
Citing his professionalism and dedication to the IACA, association members believe Keck is a role model for county auditors, present and future.
Congratulations to the Republican nominees in the contested March 2012 Primary, representing Kane County or parts thereof: Board Chairman Chris Lauzen, Auditor Terry Hunt, Circuit Clerk Tom Hartwell, Coroner Rob Russell, State Senate District 25 Jim Oberweis, State Senate District 33 Karen McConnaughay, State Senate District 35 Dave Syverson, Board District 2 Sal Abbate, Board District 10 Susan Starrett, Board District 11 Mike Donahue, Board District 16 Mike Kenyon, Board District 19 Kurt Kojzarek, Board District 21 Rebecca Gillam, Board District 22 Doug Scheflow and Judicial Subcircuit 2 John Walters.
These nominees will join nominees from uncontested contests to form the local Republican team in the general election. For the candidates who were not successful, there will always be opportunities in the Republican Party.
Kane County Auditor