Democrats in Algonquin Parade

Yesterday Republicans in Algonquin’s Founders Day Parade were featured. Today we look at the Democrats. Behind the banner was a young man carrying a “Thank You Bernie” sign, plus one opposed to the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement being pushed by … Continue reading

Jack Franks Can’t Carry His County for Clinton, Aguilar Runs First in 14th Congressional District

This year, as in 2008, State Rep. Jack Franks was a big Hillary Clinton supporter. Had he supported fellow legislator Barack Obama, he probably could have been a Federal Judge by now (or at least a Magistrate Judge). When one … Continue reading

Bernie Supporters Call for Help in Creating Last Minute Surge

Here’s an email from local Bernie Sanders leader SP Gibbons Hi Bernie Supporters! The Chicago Tribune released a poll yesterday showing that Hillary is leading 67% to Bernie’s 25% in Illinois! http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/ct-illinois-2016-democrat-president-primary-clinton-sanders-met-0308-20160308-story.html We all saw what impact our volunteer swarm … Continue reading

Sanders Supporters Seeking 20 to Guarantee Colonial Meeting Space Saturday

Patrick Gibbons has sent you an invitation to ‘Jan 23rd address with Bernie- Algonquin/ LITH/ Dist 6’ — click here to view the invitation and submit your response: https://go.berniesanders.com/page/event/detail/4xz9 — The political revolution that we’ve built is approaching a critical juncture. The … Continue reading

Political, Governmental & Religious Booths at the County Fair – Part 3

Going outside the exhibit halls is a bit like looking for free range chickens. The first “non-caged” political entity was the Huntley Area Tea Party tent. The group was conducted a penny presidential poll. I was told there was a … Continue reading

State Workers Rally Against Rauner at Woodstock Square

Upwards of 75 union members and sympathizers gathered at the Woodstock Square at noon to condemn Governor Bruce Rauner, billionaires and Republicans. The 60-70 union members marched to the Square where a sign was placed in front of those standing … Continue reading