Thanks to Four County Board Members

Former McHenry County Board member Ersel Schuster takes time to thank those County Board members who voted against raising the County’s tax levy: A belated, but nevertheless grateful “thank you” to Yvonne Barnes Andrew Gasser Jeff Thorsen Craig Wilcox for … Continue reading

Jack Franks’ Agenda Item to Raise Real Estate Taxes Sees Nineteen County Board Members Vote Approval

Discussion showing that far too many McHenry County Board members don’t understand the property tax system ended with nineteen County Board members, including many who campaigned Taxes will be increased $80,000.against increasing real estate taxes, voting to increase next year’s … Continue reading

Franks Makes Progess on Lowering Number of Committees

McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks made significant progress in convincing Board members to lower the number of committees from twelve to seven. Can’t imagine why readers might be intereste, but here’s an attempt to list the proposal: Finance Internal … 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

Roskam, McConchie, McSweeney Headline Algonquin Republican Luncheon

6th District Congressman Peter Roskam was the highest Republican Party official to speak to the Algonquin Township Republican Party luncheon at D’Andrea’s Saturday. He did what I enjoy most from a congressman. He provided insight into what he does while … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Republicans Schedule Debate Party for Sunday, October 9th

From Algonquin Township Republican Party Chairman Andrew Gasser: We at the Algonquin Township Republican Party Leadership team are excited to announce we will be having a debate watch party for the second debate on Sunday, October 9th. We will kick … Continue reading

Andrew Gasser Goes To Washington – Stumps for Trump at Mars Society Convention

Before Andrew Gasser became active in local politics here in McHenry County he was heavily involved with space politics in Washington DC. Gasser and his organization, TEA Party in Space, had been instrumental in ensuring passage of the International Trafficking … Continue reading

Republicans View Presidential Debate at Johnsburg Moose Lodge

McHenry County Republicans gathered in Johnsburg at the Moose Club to watch the Presidential Debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. I had a family affair and couldn’t make it. Fortunately, Kelly Liebmann sent some photos. Lots of candidates were … Continue reading

October 22nd Fundraiser Will Finance Algonquin Township Election Efforts

A message from Algonquin Township Republican Party Chairman Andrew Gasser: The Algonquin Township Republican Party 2016 Victory Luncheon It is with great excitement and pleasure that we on the Algonquin Township Republican Leadership Team are announcing our fall fundraiser! The … Continue reading

IMRF Probe of McHenry County Board Members Fizzles

Tuesday night at his Town Hall Meeting in Algonquin, Democratic Party McHenry County Board Chairman candidate Jack Franks spoke harshly about McHenry County Board members taking pensions “for part-time work.” He told of the Governor’s signing of his bill to … Continue reading

Andrew Gasser Will Cast Electoral Vote for Trump, If He Wins Illinois

Polls aren’t pointing to a Donald Trump victory in Illinois, but, if lightning does strike, Algonquin Township Republican Party Chairman will be casting the vote for Trump. He will be voting on behalf of the voters in Congressman Peter Roskam’s … Continue reading