Welcome to the Glencoe Caucus!

Glencoe Village Fall FINAL - 72dpiSince its establishment in 1936, the Glencoe Caucus has been the premier means through which well-qualified, experienced, and respected citizens are identified as candidates for elective offices in the Village.

The Caucus consists of two Nominating Committees (a “Village Nominating Committee” and a “School Board Nominating Committee”) that slate candidates for Glencoe’s elected positions on all boards overseeing local government. It also includes an Advisory Council to oversee the operations of the Nominating Committees.

Detailed information about your Caucus can be found throughout this website, by reading the Caucus plan, or by contacting a Caucus member.

News & Events

April 4th, 2017 Consolidated Election

Remember to Vote, and to support the entire Caucus slate of candidates!

Re-Slated Village President Larry Levin’s Campaign Website: Click here

The Consolidated Election will be held on Tuesday, April 4th, and the citizens of Glencoe will chose:

  • Our Village President;
  • Three Village Trustees;
  • Four Library Board Trustees;
  • Three Park District Commissioners;
  • Five School Board Trustees.

We’ve prepared informational materials to help you make an informed choice. Click here to see them.

Glencoe Caucus 2017 Slate of Candidates

The Village Nominating Committee (VNC) and the School Board Nominating Committee (SBNC) recently completed activities culminating in the slating of candidates for positions in village government. Our community will be well served by these candidates and their many talents and abilities!

To see the Caucus’ 2017 slate of candidates, please click here.

Biennial Town Meeting

At this meeting, among other things, the Caucus presented its list of slated candidates for the Glencoe Village President and for the Village Board, Park District Board, Library Board and the District 35 Board of Education for ratification.  Additionally, the President of each town Board provided an update on her/his Board and outgoing Board members were recognized for their service to our community.

All residents were encouraged to attend. For an agenda and other important meeting-related materials, click here.

Please contact us at glencoecaucusAC@gmail.com with any questions.

2016 Caucus Election Results

The Glencoe Caucus is pleased to announce the results of the Spring, 2016 election for the School Board Nominating Committee (SBNC) and the Village Nominating Committee (VNC).

Per the SBNC and VNC co-chairs, the following persons were elected to four-year terms:


  • Precinct 01: Laura Malehorn; Barton Schneider
  • Precinct 02: Peter Monahan
  • Precinct 04: Russell Warye; Michael LaPorte
  • Precinct 05: John (Jack) Smyth
  • Precinct 06: Ann Onderdonk


  • Precinct 02: Scott Richie
  • Precinct 04: John Babb
  • Precinct 05: Jessica Rapport
  • Precinct 07: Ken Ali

Please join us in welcoming these men and women to the Caucus, and in thanking them for their impending service! For a roster of all SBNC members, please click here. For the VNC’s roster, click here.

Fundraising Appeal- Support The Caucus!

Donate ButtonThere are many things that we must accomplish in order to “Bring Glencoe Together” through the Caucus’ activities.

Click here for the Caucus Advisory Council’s letter explaining how you can help by donating, or click here to make a donation.

Thank you for your support!

Serve on the Caucus!

Applications will be accepted soon to run for positions on the Village Nominating Committee and the School Board Nominating Committee. Click here for more information and official applications!

VNC Committee Meeting

Official Caucus Calendar


Check the Caucus calendar for important dates here.

Welcome Letter From Chairman Scott Feldman

Click here for a welcome letter from current Caucus Chairman (and former Village President) Scott Feldman.





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A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, IL.