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Letter to Precinct 31

Hello Prairie School area neighbor

We both live in Lisle Township Precinct 31 and I am Jim Ensign your elected precinct Committeeman.  This volunteer job is simply to remind republicans of elections & some local issues affecting our neighborhood, town, county state and country.   You could also choose to read this letter with the live hot links at where you can see GOP news for your precinct and print our Sample Ballot for Lisle Township Pct 31 which effects:  US Congressional Dist 6,    IL State Senate Dist. 21,   IL State House Dist: 42,  DuPage County Board Dist: 5, Lisle Township and all Naperville Elections.

The 2020 General Election Day is TuesdayNovember 3rd.  Polls open from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.  Our precinct #31, votes at St John United Church of Christ 1190 Olesen Dr; Naperville, IL   See also Early Voting and Mail In Voting details below.

Below find Republican candidates.  Some text has links to websites so you can form your own opinions..  If there are multiple republicans then my personal favorites are in bold and/or dark Blue below.  (Some browsers inconsistently show bold).  I choose them based on my personal vetting and/or opinions of their elect-ability in the November general election.  Feel free to print this list to review personally while voting.

DuPage County Early Voting runs Oct 16-Nov 2, 2020

8:30AM –  7:30 PM Mon.-Fri.       9:00 AM –  5:00 PM Sat.    and  10:00 AM –  4:00 PM Sun.


Early Voting Locations near us:

Request a “vote by mail ballot” in DuPage County (link).or call the DuPage County Election Commission (630) 407-5600

Please Remind our new neighbors: Don’t Cook DuPage!”  & .. “If you Love DuPage County?  Thank a Republican!”  This election will be all about the Turnout!  So  Click here to help get conservatives to the polls: 

“If you Love DuPage County?  Thank a Republican!!!”

Jim Ensign,  Lisle Township Republican Committeeman re elected in March 2020 by Precinct 31  
email me at: or read this letter online (with live links etc)  at 
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Vote early, Vote by mail OR

Vote on Election Day November 3rd 2020 at St John United Church of Christ 1190 Olesen Dr; Naperville, IL

Voting, How When Where

The next local Elections are underway Election Day is Tuesday November 6th 2018.  See who is running for at Election Guide.  

The most comprehensive source of Local voter information is the DuPage County Elections commission

To Vote By Mail


Early Voting

Early Voting 
Information, hours, and locations for Early Voting in DuPage County. VIEW LIST

Early Voting Informational Brochures (PDF): EnglishEspañol   Early Voting Frequently Asked Questions



Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 7:30 pm   Sat 9:00 am – 5:00 pm   Sun 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Vote early at: Naperville Municipal Center 400 S. Eagle St., Naperville Meeting Room A      or 

Olive Trees Condominiums 200 E. Bailey Rd., Naperville Clubhouse 

Temp Location Hours:  Date range: _______  Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 7:30 pm    Sat 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Downers Grove Village Hall 801 Burlington Ave., Downers Grove Committee Room

DuPage County Election Commission at the Fairgrounds DuPage County Fairgrounds 2015 Manchester Rd., Wheaton Bldg. 5


Election Day voting:

The Polls of Consolidated General Election shall be open continuously from 6:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.  Find your neighborhood in this precinct map and click on it.  Note your  Precinct # and your polling place is listed at the right side of the map.  If that is complicated then the County Elections commission mails each registered voting household a post card a few week before the election So just dig through your mail for that post card.


Referendum – Naperville & Lisle Township Road merger

On the On our local 2017 election ballot there is choice for a binding referendum to combine 64 miles of roads into one administrative district.  Naperville Township currently manages has 13 miles of roads while Lisle Township manages about 51 miles.  Due to the difference in miles managed lisle township residents currently pay a little more than Naperville.  If the referendum passes Lisle Township residents would likely pay less per home in road taxes.  

the Ballot Question will read as:

Shall the Naperville Township Road District and the Lisle Township Road District of DuPage County, Illinois be consolidated into one consolidated township road district?

The issues are not simple but are discussed in this Daily Herald Article.

Republican Toastmasters

Republican Toastmasters

Do you want to enhance your ability as a public speaker? If you do, joining the “We are Republican Toastmasters Club” is the way to go.

The mission of “We are the Republican Toastmasters Club” is to provide “a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop and practice communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth”

Meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of the month, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., unless otherwise scheduled. The sponsors are the Lisle Township Republican Organization and the Naperville Area Republican Women’s Organization.

Contact Liz Martinez at (630) 416-6594 for further information or go to the club’s website by clicking on

Office hours and volunteers

We have an office for the 2016 elections @ 1163 E. Ogden, Suite 505, Naperville IL (map).   Office Hours very depending on you volunteering.   See our Office Sign up Schedule  to sign up to work or to see the location and hours.  The HQ is usually open on weekdays as the Khouri staffers are there.  If you can work  text Jay Fisher at 630-605-6415 to work out access.  We are supposed to try and staff it on Tuesday and Thursday nights and mid day on weekends, so please use the Sign up Schedule.