On the way to look for politics at the McHenry County Fair, I walked past this water fan. In the 90 degree heat, it was appreciated by all but those of use who wear glasses.
There were three political party booths at the McHenry County Fair:
McHenry County Board member Ersel Schuster was at the Republican Party booth Wednesday afternoon. Andrew Gasser stopped by.
Sometimes the Republican Party booth was manned (or womaned, as is the case above).
Sometimes it wasn’t.
When a friend of McHenry County Blog took this photo on another day, the GOP booth was empty, except for posters and pamphlets.
No indication that there is a Presidential election this year in the GOP booth.
Libertarian Party stalwart Jim Young, who ran for State Rep. once against Rosemary Kurtz, was at the booth.
Libertarians had a booth again, too, even though the party has no candidates on the ballot this year.
While the GOP booth had not indication that Mitt Romney was running for office, neither does the Democratic Party have a poster for President Obama. Perhaps someone will be kind enough to identify who is at the table.
The final party was the Democratic Party of McHenry County.
It appears that the GOP is not the only part with insufficient county fair resources.
Sometimes it was unmanned, too.