McHenry County voters stayed home in droves on April 7th.
Only 10.9% of those registered to vote did so.
That’s about 22,496 people.
In a two-way race, that means just over 5% of the voters could decide who rules.
In a four-way race with three to be elected to a village board, 3% of the people could make the decisions.
But with the emphasis on McHenry County Blog, I would assume virtually every local reader went to the polls.
Thanks for doing so.