McHenry County Republican Party candidate for McHenry Township Supervisor Steve Verr has filed a 51-page challenge to the appointed Township Supervisor Craig Adams beinf on the ballot as an “Independent.”
It contains three counts, the first of which was published Saturday. It was entitled,
In the second count, Verr includes what he wrote in the first count and adds that participation on the establishment of the rules for the McHenry Township Reublican Caucus.
He ties the objection that participating in the establishment of such rules was a part of the caucus itself to state law.
Verr asserts they “are part and parcel of the same partisan political event.”
Having participated in the prepatory meeting means that Adams, Verr writes, “is banned fro signing, circulating or filing an ‘Independent” petiiton for his own candidacy and signing an ‘Independent’ Candidacy Statement before he has effectively resigned from the Republican Party.”
To allow an “Independent” candidacy
“does violence to and eviscerates the entire structure and function of established political parties and creates an ‘anything goes’ crisis allowing internal sabotage and potential derailing of the Caucus method of selecting established party nominees, false-flag party members, ‘double-agents,’ etc.
“No man can serve two masters.
“Candidate should have divorced himself completely from the Republican Party of Illinois, yet he did not despited his ability and recognition that he must do so.”