Ann Jorgensen and Mary Schostok, Two Appointed 2nd Appellate Court Justices, Emerge Victorious GOP Primary

Two women appointed by Illinois Supreme Court Justice Robert Miller, Appellate Court Justices Ann Jorgensen and Mary Schostok, carried the day Tuesday. Below you see the preliminary results of the judicial district that sprawls across northern Illinois from Lake Michigan … Continue reading

Wisconsin License Plates on the Jeep Keith Nygren Drives

I found this Wisconsin license plate in the parking lot of D’Andrea the night of the event for Appellate Court Justices Mary Schostok and Ann Jorgensen. While looking for a big, lit up Nygren sign in the parking lot, I … Continue reading

Chicago Tribune Endorses Mary Schostok and Ann Jorgensen for Appellate Court

The only candidates that I have seen campaigning for the 2nd Appellate Court were endorsed today by the Chicago Tribune. Mary Schostok, who held a fund raiser in Crystal Lake Thursday night, and Ann Jorgensen, who was Schostok’s “special guest” … Continue reading

Reception for Appellate Court Justice Mary Schostok

Attorneys and politicians gathered to honor Appellate Court Justice Mary Schostok at Crystal Lake’s D’Andrea Banquets last night.  The parking lot was almost full. Before Schostok took the podium to explain her accomplishments in Lake County, McHenry County Sheriff Keith … Continue reading

Appellate Court Justice Mary Schostok Fund Raiser in Crystal Lake January 14th

Friday night I picked up my literature at Liberty Outdoor and found two 2nd Appellate Court judicial candidates at the second table. Mary Schostok from Lake County and Ann Jorgensen from DuPage, were handing out literature and talking to the … Continue reading

Appellate Court Upholds Judge Michael Caldwell’s Decision Stopping the Non-Voter Approved Grafton Township Hall

An all-female panel of Illinois’ Second Appellate Court ruled today that McHenry County Circuit Court Judge Michael Caldwell was right when stopped the building of a new Grafton Township Hall which was approved without public notice or vote by Supervisor … Continue reading

The Political Part of the Nunda Township Republican Picnic

Yesterday McHenry County Blog concentrated on the fun kids had at Crystal Lake’s Nunda Township Republican Picnic. Today, we’ll look at political activities. Going toward the food and drink, one could not miss Brent Smith. He was collecting petition signatures … Continue reading