Wheaton City Councilman Todd Scalzo was first to file his petition for candidacy in the 2013 consolidated municipal election.
Councilman Phil Suess also filed his petition Monday for re-election to his seat in the city's north district.
Todd Scalzo announced his re-election campaign for his seat in the west district at Cosley Zoo's "Run for the Animals" in June.
The filing period for the 2013 election started Monday, Nov. 19 and ends Monday, Nov. 26. Phil Suess also confirmed this summer he planned to run for re-election.
Five seats will be open for election in the 2013 race, after Jeanne Ives announced her resignation Monday as she prepares to serve in Illinois' 42nd House District.
Councilman Tom Mouhelis has announced he will not run for re-election to his seat in the east district. Councilman John Rutledge said he plans to run for election in the south district. Former mayoral candidate and councilman at-large John Prendiville said he plans to run for election in Ives' former at-large position.
The consolidated election will be held April 9, 2013.
- Jeanne Ives Resigns From City Council
- Councilman Tom Mouhelis Will Not Seek Re-Election
- Rutledge Announces Run for Wheaton City Council
- Wheaton Municipal Candidate Petitions Available Aug. 28