The spring election results have brought in some change to local communities across the Northwest suburbs, including a new village president in Lannon, Tom Gudex.
Gudex won 71 percent of 335 votes cast in his race against Jerry Newman.
Even though Gudex said he experienced political sabotage when he was censured by the board earlier this year, the voters saw through the "nonsense."
"I feel pretty good about it," Gudex said. "We're all going to work together. The village is doing good, but we're going to work together to build on what we have to make things even better. I'm for more open government; we're not going to have all these closed meetings, so no one will have to worry about our transparency."
Here are the full election results in other local races.
Lannon Village Trustee
Steve Reek (26.4 percent), Patrick Yates (26 percent) and Alex Gizelbach (24.4) were the top three candidates out of six who secured seats on the Lannon Village Board. They defeated Janice Manor-Schmidt (11.9 percent) and Ron Dutcher (10.8 percent).
Butler Village Trustee
Thomas Sardina (27.7 percent), William Benjamin (25.3) and Mark Holdmann (24 percent) secured spots on the Butler Village Board in a race that also included Paul Kasdorf (22.5 percent).
Village of Sussex
Village President Greg Goetz ran unopposed and earned 89.1 percent of the vote but there were 92 write-in votes.
All three incumbents (Timothy Dietrich, Lee Uecker and Matt Carran) on the Sussex Village Board will retain their seats but there were 408 write-in votes.
Village of Menomonee Falls
Village Trustee, Seat 1
Incumbent Katie Kress (51.4 percent) held off a challenge from Paul Broesch (48.2 percent).
Village Trustee, Seat 2
Randy Van Alstyne garnered 53.2 percent of the vote to unseat incumbent Chris Smolik (46.3 percent).
Menomonee Falls School District
Incumbents Mark Nadolski (37.2 percent) and Ronald Bertieri (33.2 percent) both retained their seats, holding off the challenge from Lowell Kellogg (28.4 percent)
Hamilton School District
Incumbent Michael Hyland retained the at-large seat with 67.7 percent of vote in a race against Joseph Mirasola (31.6 percent).