Elizabeth Tisdahl, Former Mayor of Evanston and 7th Ward Alderman,
Candance Chow, Former President of the Evanston District 65 School Board, and
Delores Holmes, Former Evanston 5th Ward Alderman
WHO I AM
I love Evanston and have lived here for 37 years. Like my mother and grandmother before me, I graduated from Northwestern. My son, Sam, is now a senior at ETHS. I volunteered on the PTA board at Kingsley and Haven and coached Sam’s teams at the YMCA and for Evanston baseball and soccer. I’m a retired federal agent with decades of professional experience working on major projects with local, state, and federal agencies. I recently published a memoir about my law enforcement career.
I have a proven track record of success working in government and I’ll bring a fresh, experienced perspective to the office.
My goal is to lead a professional, welcoming office that serves all of the city’s residents, officials and staff. The primary responsibilities of the city clerk are to serve as the local election official and to maintain the city’s business records. I’ll focus on educating voters, increasing voter turnout, and improving communications and services with the community. I’m organized, experienced and dedicated to public service — I’ll work hard for you and Evanston.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Join our campaign as a volunteer, take a yard sign, or call/Zoom your friends! On April 6, please cast your vote for Cynthia Beebe for City Clerk.
Paid for by: Beebe4Clerk
1. The general election is on Tuesday, April 6. Polling places are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
2. Early voting begins on Monday, March 22 and is every day through Monday, April 5 at the Evanston Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Avenue. Hours are:
March 22-26, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
March 29- April 5, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturdays from 9:00 to 5:00.
Sundays from 10:00 to 4:00.
3. Mail-in ballots can be obtained at: https://mailvoting.cookcountyclerkil.gov
or call 312-603-0909. Your mail-in ballot must be postmarked by April 6 and will be counted if received in the mail up to two weeks after the election. You can request a mail-in ballot up to April 1. If you requested a mail-in ballot for the primary election on February 23, a mail-in ballot will be automatically mailed to you for the upcoming general election on April 6.