Algonquin Township Supervisor Candidates Use Post Office for Precinct Workers

Marc Munaretto

Dianne Klemm

Dianne Klemm

Because most Republican Precinct Committeemen do not distribute literature in their neighborhoods, it probably essential that candidates who want to get their messages out use the U.S. Postal System.

Friday, a second post card arrived from challenger Marc Munaretto arrived by Third Class mail.

Saturday, a post card about half the size of Munaretto’s came via First Class mail.

Munaretto was probably able to pay for the larger piece out of the postage he saved by using what is usually a slower mail delivery option.

A couple of weeks before every election, Postal regulations require that Bulk Mail identified as “political mail” be delivered just like First Class mail.

The address side of Marc Munaretto's post card.

The address side of Marc Munaretto’s post card.

The front and back of this post card from Marc Munaretto is the same as the one sent about a week ago.

The front and back of this post card from Marc Munaretto is the same as the one sent about a week ago.

While on the screen Dianne Klemm's post card looks as large as Marc Munaretto's, it is about half the size.

While on the screen Dianne Klemm’s post card looks about as large as Marc Munaretto’s, it is about half the size.  The print on the actual copy is very small and difficult to read.

The back of Dianne Klemm's post card.

The back of Dianne Klemm’s post card.


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Algonquin Township Supervisor Candidates Use Post Office for Precinct Workers — 3 Comments

  1. Not to be too critical but Ms. Klemm’s glamour shot doesn’t look like the woman you’ll see at the township bingo.

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