Elmhurst City Clerk Patty Spencer seeks re-election
Elmhurst City Clerk Patty Spencer announced Friday she is seeking re-election in the April 9th race.
Spencer has served as clerk since 2005.
“The Clerk’s office provides many valuable services to residents and other agencies," she said in a press release. "I ask the citizens of Elmhurst to again place their trust in me. I promise to continue serving with integrity, leadership, and commitment.”
Spencer has a 25-year record of community involvement. She has served as Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Guild Council Chairman, Elmhurst Hospital Trustee, Chairman of the Elmhurst Art Museum Associate Board and has been active in many other committees and service clubs, according to a press release.
She and husband Byron are also members of Elmhurst: College and Community.
“I am proud of the record of service provided by the clerk’s office and the accomplishments of my tenure and I look forward to continuing to serving the community," she said in the press release.
She is a member of the Illinois Municipal League, Municipal Clerks of Illinois, and the Municipal Clerks of DuPage County.
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