Algonquin Township Trustee Candidate Rachael Lawrence Statement

For an off year election, Algonquin Township is clearly shaping up to have the most contested Republican Primary election in memory.  Political newcomer Rachael Lawrence and candidate for Algonquin Township Trustee attended the Algonquin Township board meeting and gave a statement … Continue reading

Feb. 28th GOP Township Primary Elections

Three of the largest townships in McHenry County are holding  primary elections on February 28th to select Republican candidates for the April general elections. In all three townships–Algonquin, Grafton and Nunda–the Republican Primary is likely to pick the same people … Continue reading

Statement of Candidacy Discrepancies Bring Early Drama to GOP Township Primaries

Elections have several phases. First there is the intimidation phase. When opponents or potential opponents hear that one is running for office, they enlist people whom they think can influence you to call or meet with you to convince you … Continue reading

Bob Miller Adopts Andrew Gasser’s Map of Algonquin Township Roads

Last week Andrew Gasser posted a map of all the township roads on his website and Bob Miller has followed suit and posted the identical map.  However, when one clicks on the map on the official township page there is an error. Gasser … Continue reading

Algonquin Township GOP Candidates

Here are the people who have filed to run in the Republican Primary Election for Algonquin Township office: Supervisor Charles A. Lutzow, Jr. Ellen M. Brady (Mueller) Highway Commissioner Robert J. Miller Andrew Gasser Clerk Karen Lukasik Melissa A. Sanchez-Fisher … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Dems Planning Caucus to Select Trustee Candidate(s)

From Algonquin Township Clerk Chuck Lutzow: The Algonquin Township Democratic party will Caucus December 6 2016 at 7:00 pm. Location 85 Fairfield Lane, Cary, IL 60013. [85 Fairfield Lane is the home of unsuccessful District 1 County Board candidate Kerri … Continue reading

Algonquin Township’s Salaries Go Still Higher

Last month, the Algonquin Township Board raised salaries for its elected officials. The all-Republican Township Board voted to increase pay by 1.5%. The vote was 3-2 with Supervisor Dianne Klemm joining with Trustees Dan Shay and Russ Cardelli voting in … Continue reading

LITH Officials and Other Governmental Entities in Parade

Over the last two days I’ve shared the show that both Democrats and Republicans put on in the Lake in the Hills Parade Saturday. Today let’s look at the Lake in the Hills elected officials, elected in non-partisan elections, as … Continue reading