Tom Wilbeck’s Signing Taxpayer Protection Pledge Earns Endorsement

The following letter was sent to District 1 McHenry County Board candidate Tom Wilbeck from Jim Tobin’s Tax Accountablity organization:

Tom Wilbeck

Tom Wilbeck

I thank you for signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and making the commitment to support economic freedom by working to decrease the overall tax burden of taxpayers.

In recognition of your exceptional desire to fight taxes and support economic growth, Tax Accountability endorses you for the McHenry County Board District 1 in the March 15, 2016 Illinois primary.

Tax Accountability is the political action arm of Taxpayers United of America (TUA).

Jim Tobin

Jim Tobin

TUA is the largest taxpayer protection organization in Illinois with over 33,000 members and supporters. TUA was founded in 1976 and since that time we have helped Illinois citizens save over $200 billion in taxes.

We thank you for your commitment to taxpayers and wish you success this election cycle.

Jim Tobin


Tom Wilbeck’s Signing Taxpayer Protection Pledge Earns Endorsement — 6 Comments

  1. Wilbeck was a real watchdog on the MCC board!

    Sorry I’m not in Wilbeck’s district-we’ve GOT to rid ourselves of Annamae Miller!

    (And Bob Miller and their whole family of leeches)

  2. Wilbeck and Tirio got this endorsement with undoubtedly more to follow.

    Two no-nonsense candidates!

    We’re always looking to elect people that don’t have a problem with accountability!

  3. Nob

    How do you define part time?

    I am detail oriented and do my research.

    To properly prepare for each board and each committee meeting takes time.

    I can only guess based upon my experience on the MCC board.

    The citizens WIL get a dedicated and thorough district 1 board member.

    I’ll keep track of the hours if you wish.

  4. The gov defines part and full time, usually in relation to paying benefits like health care and pensions.

    I don’t know the legal description, but most employers keep the hours under 24 for part time and seems like 32 is considered full time.

    Since you are running, you must have a idea of how many hours it takes with prep of course, to do the job.

    So IYO is it a part or full time job?

    Your past comment makes it sound like you think it is a full time job.

    Just going to meetings does not define the job, kind of like a teachers actual hours per day.

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