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The Current City Council is not an independent body, as evidenced by their voting record. From May 5, 2015, the first session of the current Council, through June 7, 2016: o 92% of the 528 votes have been unanimous. Think about that. Nine people (in rare instances 8, due to an absence or recusal) unanimously agreed on 92% of the items before them.

  • Hinterlong and Gustin were tied with the most votes against the majority vote, with 14 votes representing 2.65% of the time.

  • Of the four Council members up for re-election in April, 2017:

Number of votes (% of total votes) against the majority:

  • Brodhead 1 (0.19%)

  • Krummen 6 (1.14%)

  • Coyne 10 (1.89%)

  • Gallaher (13 (2.46%)

Number of votes (% of total votes) not with the Mayor:

  • Brodhead 1 (0.19%)

  • Krummen 6 (1.14%)

  • Coyne 9 (1.70%)

  • Gallaher 13 (2.46%)

Number of times they were the only vote against the majority:

  • Brodhead 0 (0.00%)

  • Krummen 2 (0.38%)

  • Coyne 1 (0.19%)

  • Gallaher 7 (1.33%)

Percentage of Votes with the majority:

  • Brodhead 99.81%

  • Krummen 98.86%

  • Coyne 98.11%

  • Gallaher 97.54%

We believe the residents of Naperville would be better represented by independent thinkers who vote with the best interests of the residents in mind, not through unanimous agreement 92% of the time and voting with the majority from 97.5% to 99.8% of the time.


(Source: City Council Voting Records obtained from City Hall)

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