There’s at least one person commenting on the article about the politicians in McHenry’s Fiesta Days Parade contenting that Andy Zinke was not there for political reasons.
That person(s) certainly has little experience in politics.
Anything a public official or candidate makes a public appearance he or she is campaigning.
And someone bought that sign saying, “Andrew Zinke, Undersheriff.”
It first showed up at last year’s Fiesta Days Parade in McHenry. But last year it was affixed straight, not on an angle.
Look at the screen shot of the Facebook page below.
It’s a post from “Zinke for Sheriff McHenry County 2014” and says,
“Hope to see you today at McHenry’s Fiesta Days Parade! Beautiful weather, come on out. Parade starts at 1:30. More info visit:…”
How could anyone think that Zinke’s appearance was political?
Zane Seipler’s blog, “McHenry County Sheriff’s Race 2014,” has an interesting section relating to Zinke’s appearance from the Sheriff’s Department’s Standing Orders in an article entitled, “Things That Make You Go HMM.”