Lukasik solicits support for Algonquin Township Clerk election
Longtime Cary resident and Republican challenger Karen Lukasik recently recapped her background in preparation for her bid of election as Algonquin Township Clerk, emphasizing both her experience and her ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently.
"I think this is imperative to make sure the voters know to get out and vote,” the candidate said via her Facebook page, adding her government experience at the local level will enable her to continue serving the jurisdiction.
“My years as a village trustee have allowed me to personally experience policy making and the type of leadership that is necessary to manage a municipality,” Lukasik said in her post.
She noted that her education and practice have sharpened her management skills, stressing the balance between time, cost and efficiency as well as adopting best practices.
Referring to her track record of “responsiveness and accountability,” Lukasik emphasized her consistent connection to constituents. At one time she studied to obtain a graduate degree in public administration while simultaneously serving in a trusteeship position for Cary Village.
Currently, she is working on her doctorate degree in organizational leadership while substitute teaching in various school districts.
“I have the experience, the education and the commitment to make the Algonquin Township Clerk's office more effective and efficient,” Lukasik said in her post. “Please support me by early voting starting Feb. 13. Primary Election Day is Feb. 28."
Lukasik faces Melissa Sanchez-Fischer in the primary election.
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