John Bobrytzke Precinct Letter

John Bobrytzke

John Bobrytzke

Another candidate for Republican Precinct Committeeman (Algonquin 65), John Bobrytzke of Cary’s, asks that his precinct letter be published.

Happy to do so.

447 Dunleer Drive
Cary, Illinois 60013
Candidate for Algonquin 65 Precinct Committeeman

Dear Neighbor,

My name is John Bobrytzke and I am writing you to introduce myself as a candidate for Republican Precinct Committeeman in our precinct, Algonquin 65.

I really believe in our founding fathers, the Constitution, and fiscal responsibility. Running for local office is a great opportunity to give back to Cary and bring the issue of our high property taxes to the forefront. Here are some things about myself I would like you to know:

My wife and I have been married for 1 year. We are newlyweds but have dated since 2005.

We were business partners with the Coffee Station from 2006 until 2010.

During that time I was able to gain great insights into Cary and the wonderful people who make up our town.

I have been a parishioner at Saints Peter & Paul since 1995.

I have also coached various sports and studied village issues since my arrival in Cary early 1995.

The job of a precinct committeeman is to help elect those candidates who represent the best interests of the local community and share the vision of a smaller, less intrusive government that will not tax us out of our lifestyles we enjoy in Cary.

This is done through a variety of methods which include mailings, emailing, social media, and going door to door. It is my hope that I will maximize all of these methods to keep you as informed as you like.

Additionally, I help locate sign locations for candidates so if you would like a sign please send me an email. If you need an absentee ballot you can contact the county clerk or I can assist you.

Finally, your precinct committeeman votes to elect local Republican Party Officers.

It is my opinion we should elect and endorse officers and candidates who will focus on property taxes, fiscal issues, and our personal liberties… not just in the general election but in local, off year elections as well.

Here are the local candidates I will be supporting in the March 15th Primary are

  • David McSweeney for State Representative
  • Demetri Tsilimigras for Judge
  • Joe Tirio for Recorder
  • Pat Kenneally for State’s Attorney
  • Mike Walkup for County Board Chairman.

Additionally, we can elect two county board members from District 1. I will be supporting

  • Yvonne Barnes
  • Tom Wilbeck

I am really excited for this opportunity to run for Republican Precinct Committeeman in Algonquin 65 and I hope you will support the candidacy of myself and these other fine Republicans. I look forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you on your doorstep.

Sincerely,

John Bobrytzke
[email protected]
Algonquin 65 Precinct Committeeman Candidate

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Comments

John Bobrytzke Precinct Letter — 14 Comments

  1. He’s working the political game, another Team Andrew member comes to the front.

  2. Thank you for running and being willing to actually do something for your City, County, State!

    Go John!

    Go Andrew!

  3. The Nob: Just what have you done to attempt to rectify the political problems in Illinois?

    You criticize a lot but what have actually accomplished?

  4. Question, you never have read any of my rants about fiscal responsibility on this blog or the NWH?

    Those rants have been sent to all the local, state, and fed politicians.

    I’ve gone to some board meetings and talked about the need for fiscal responsible gov.

    I was a Rep Committee man, but left the party when I realized Rep’s aren’t truly fiscally responsible.

    I get in the face of local politicians about fiscal responsibility regularly.

    I have a love hate relationship with most of the local politicians depending on the issue.

    I believe that comment above opened the eyes of a few that don’t know what games are being played behind the scene.

    Not understanding the games they play got us a fed debt of almost 20T and a consolidation dealy that would of raised or taxes.

    I’m all for lower taxes and less gov, but I don’t see anybody volunteering to give up services they personally receive either, so taxes will not go down.

    I always find it amusing when people criticize me when I really just made a observation of what is going on.

    If Andrew wants to make a strong political organization to rid us of some and install his own team, that is fair game, but if I don’t agree with his agenda, it’s fair game for me to point out what I don’t like.

    This is America and we do have free speech right?

    We should speak up about gov right, or just sit back and let them play their games the way they want?

    So now what have you done besides try and silence me?

  5. Question, off subject, but here is my rant:

    We need some government, how much will be debated till the end of the earth.

    As tax payers we must take away some of the power/decision making away from our elected officials, spending and setting tax rates.

    These two issues were a problem that were never addressed properly when the Constitution was written, but should have been, but the partisan nonsense started already way back then with over spending and borrowing to buy votes.

    Spending must always match actual revenue available at the time, ie what we are willing to give in the form of taxation.

    Borrowing should only be allowed for World Wars, not police actions like we’ve had since 1945.

    Even weather disasters should be budgeted for, they’re regular enough, and we should be able to budget for them to some degree.

    Individual Income tax rates and Property tax rates should not be roller coasters of ever changing rates that just leads to insecurity for the tax payer not knowing what is coming next from the elected to buy votes.

    The class warfare thing must be put in the grave; it’s just dividing the country more and could lead to more and more divisive actions in the future. We all need skin in the game, and it should be equal skin.

    I would propose we force our elected by Petition, which is allowed in the constitution, to enact a Balanced Budget Amendment that has the income tax rate and/or property tax rate control tied to it.

    The Congress, State, and Local gov agencies will only be allowed to adjust the income or property tax rates after a 2/3 approval vote within its legal boundary, ¾ vote would be better.

    Our choice with a strong majority vote behind changes, not the Pacs controlling the partisan as the wind blows hacks.

    I’d prefer a Flat income tax with no deductions at least till we start paying off the debt in a manner that has a time limit attached to it.

    Gov agencies that use Property taxes should have no levy power or equalizer, whatever the home value, up or down, the rate we voted on determines what is paid in taxes.

    Not enough as most elected seem to keep saying, then come to us with your yearly or two year budget recommendations and let us vote 2/3 for any change from the year before.

    No more passing on our debt to future generations should be allowed. We borrow almost 40% for the Fed Gov now that must stop ASAP.

    To not propel the economy into the dumpster any farther, we should demand freezing the spending at the 2014 rates or a small cost of living, every year till spending is lower than actual revenue.

    We can budget a pay back of the added debt which will be pushing 20T by then.

    Yawn.

    I listening for other suggestions, got one?

  6. Good Morning Ersel!

    Some people just don’t like it when we mess with their game playing do they? LOL

  7. Joe and John thank you both for running and making democracy work.

    The majority of us have been way to complacent with the GAME!

  8. Nob: Re: “So now what have you done besides try and silence me?”
    Obviously it did not work!:-)

    Thank you for the response though.

  9. Like I said, silence got us a 20T fed debt, less we forget all the other gov debt.

    I haven’t done the math lately, but if we all paid for just to get rid the fed and state’s debt,pay it off, it would cost each man women and our children somewhere around 76k each.

    Silence is golden for who?

  10. Another pawn of the Bianchi machine! Kenneally and Demetri both work for Bianchi.

    Ask ANY lawyer in the County, Demetri has been on Lou’s payroll for many years and has never argued a case in a court room.

  11. Thank you John for stepping up, taking a stance and running for committeeman.

    You are the backbone of the political process.

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