GOP Gives Mike Buehler $5,000

This is a new experience between a candidate and the McHenry County Republican Party.

Mike Buehler appears with those of Democrats on this yard.

Usually, it is the Party asked for money from candidates.

I don’t ever remember the Party giving money to a candidate.

Mike Buehler

But, showing how important the local GOP thinks Mike Buehler’s challenge to incumbent McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks is a $5,000 contribution made on October 16th.

The same day, Buehler’s PAC reported $3,000 more:

  • $1,000 – Kyle Berger, Wauconda
  • $1,000 – Julie Chamberlin, Wauconda
  • $1,000 – Berger Excavating, Wauconda

Berger and Chamberlin list themselves as owners of Berger Excavating.

At Buehler’s web site, one may make contributions or request a yard sign.

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This is going to stimulate me to write an article on Buehler’s campaign finances for the third quarter of the year.

And, one thing is for certain, if Buehler loses, no one will levy the kind of criticism that faced Republican Presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney–that they refused to criticize Barack Obama.


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GOP Gives Mike Buehler $5,000 — 7 Comments

  1. The “Biden-Harris” sign is upside down. It should be “Harris-Biden”. That’s what Camelia Harris told Americans a while back when she referenced the “Harris-Biden Administration”. She and Biden’s handlers and protectors, who are pulling the strings for the dummy Joe like for a puppet, fully understand the extent of his frail body and diminishing mind and are prepared for Harris to take over IN THE EVENT this duo wins the November election.

    Biden never was very smart as a senator or a vice president as evidenced by his many errors in judgement such as his ideas about foreign affairs issues. The Democrat presidential debates of 2019 had a number of instances that showed Biden’s mind was going, kaput, such as in dementia or senility. Following is an example.

    At a Democrat Presidential debate on Sept 19, 2019, Joe Biden responded to a question on children’s education when he said:

    “Play the radio. Make sure the television, excuse me. Make sure you have the record player on at night. The, the phone. Make sure the kids hear words.”

  2. Well the party should support candidates.

    What else are parties for if not to help people from their party get elected?

    They do it at the state level, they should do it at the local level too.

    It’s a good sign for Buehler’s supporters that he is sending out mail, getting donations, more yard signs are showing up, billboards are popping up, etc.

    His campaign definitely has a lot more life to it than it did a few months ago, and there is more enthusiasm for him than there was for Walkup four years ago.

  3. Wasn’t the debate on September 29, 2020, not September 19, 2019? 😐

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