How many times will Mike Tryon have to explain why he didn't put Tonya Franklin on the GOP ticket to take on Democrat Jack Franks?
There’s still an opportunity for McHenry County Republican Party Chairman Mike Tryon to call a Central Committee meeting at which the two Representative Committee members besides himself could be appointed.
But, it’s his call.
Is he willing to take responsibility for Democratic Party State Rep. Jack Franks getting two free rides during the three election cycles when he was head of the local GOP.
Only time will tell.
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