A guide to the April 2013 Worth town supervisor race, pitting four-term incumbent John "Jack" Murphy against newcomer Kevin Hughes.
John "Jack" Murphy was elected as Worth Township Supervisor in 1997. He is running for his fifth term on the township board. Murphy heads the United Party of Worth Township slate. Kevin Hughes is running for his first elected office. He is heading the Worth Township Community First slate. Read John "Jack" Murphy's profile on the United Party of Worth Township site. Read Kevin Hughes bio on the Worth Township Community First site. Join Patch! Create a free user account and join the discussion about the future of Oak Lawn. You'll be subscribed to the free daily newsletter and breaking news alerts. Do you have a hot news tip? Send it to Oak Lawn Patch editor Lorraine Swanson
Oak Lawn resident is trying to get Worth Township Assessor John Toscas and Worth Township Trustee Jack Lind thrown off April 9 ballot because of conflicts of interest.
The fate of two incumbents running for the Worth Township Board will be decided Monday in a hearing before the township electoral board comprised of members from their own political slate. Connect with Patch: Oak Lawn /Evergreen Park/Palos The objector, Craig Cisko of Oak Lawn, hopes to toss John Toscas off the April 9 ballot, charging he is in violation of state election guidelines prohibiting candidates from running for two offices at one time. Toscas is running for mayor of Crestwood and for reelection as assessor for Worth Township. He is currently an elected Crestwood Village trustee. Similarly, Jack Lind is running for another term as township trustee while currently holding office as an elected trustee on the Chicago Ridge Village …