Here’s a story about a public employee changing a sign at Jack Franks’ Route 47 campaign office that the Northwest Herald did not think worthy of a story, let alone a front page story:
County Employee Changes Jack Franks Campaign Sign in Mid-Afternoon of Work Day
On Tuesday, November 7th, shortly after 2:40 in the afternoon, McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks’ assistant Kevin Craver was spotted changing the sign of Franks’ Route 47 campaign office.
The man he replaced was Oliver Sarifini, who had previously worked o n Franks’ and other Democrats campaigns.
He was caught on camera at the McHenry Business Expo wearing a Jack Franks campaign sticker from a roll that was on County government’s Expo exhibit table.
Prior to taking the job with Franks, Craver was the reporter for the Northwest Herald covering the McHenry County Board.
Craver sasasked to comment on his activity,but did not reply to an email.
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