How People Voted In Referendums Across Proviso

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Wednesday, June 29, 2022 || By Community Editor || @maywoodnews 

Last night, voters across Proviso Township weighed in on a range of ballot questions affecting everything from term limits and carjacking in Broadview to overnight parking in Maywood. Below are the results of those referendums. 

Broadview, Term Limits 

Shall all elected officials of the Village of Broadview, including the offices of Village President, Trustee and Clerk, be subject to term limits to be effective only for terms beginning on or after January 1, 2023, where no person may seek election to or hold same elected office in the Village of Broadview for more than four (4) consecutive full four (4) year terms?

Yes: 64%

No: 36% 

Broadview, Increased Penalty for Carjacking

Shall the minimum criminal penalty for vehicular carjacking be increased from four (4) years to ten (10) years?

Yes: 79%

No: 21%

Broadview, Property Assessment 

Shall the Cook County Assessor’s office replace the mass appraisal process and instead base property taxes off the actual value of the property?

Yes: 73% 

No: 27%

Maywood, Overnight Street Parking 

Should the Village of Maywood adopt an ordinance to allow overnight street parking in residential districts?

Yes: 56%

No: 44% 

Maywood, Traffic Pattern on Residential Streets 

If overnight street parking in residential districts is allowed, are you in favor of changing certain two-way traffic residential streets to one-way traffic residential streets to accommodate overnight street parking?

Maywood, Enforcement of Overnight Parking 

Yes: 54$

No: 46% 

Maywood, Enforcement of Overnight Parking 

If the Village of Maywood remains a no overnight street parking community, are you in favor of strict enforcement of the no overnight street parking restriction?

Yes: 60% 

No: 40%

Melrose Park, Increased Penalty for Carjacking

Shall the minimum criminal penalty for vehicular carjacking be increased from four (4) years to ten (10) years

Yes: 86%

No: 14%

Melrose Park, Firearm Prosecution 

Shall the Cook County State’s Attorney be prohibited from not pressing charges when a firearm is used or discharged during the commission of a crime?

Yes: 46%

No: 54% 

For more suburban Cook County election results, click here.

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June 29, 2022 at 08:27AM

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