Michael Stanard Answers ALAW’s McHenry County Board Questionnaire

Michael Standard is another candidate running for the McHenry County Board in District 6. Below are his answers to the Alliance for Land, Agriculture and Water Questionnaire: ALAW County Board Candidates Survey: 2012 Primary Election A. Land Use 1. Do … Continue reading

Property Tax Hike Becoming County Board Top Issue – Part 3

Saturday night’s crowd of candidates also gave opening statements. And, as on Friday, some targeted like a laser beam on the tax hike issue. (See also Part 1 and Part 2.) But before beginning, let me remind you of those … Continue reading

Youngest Precinct Committeeman Candidate Writes about YR Candidates’ Night for Districts 5 & 6

Melissa Denker. Remember that name. For those of you who can’t remember reading about her candidacy for Dunham Township Republican Precinct Committeeman, take a trip through this recent McHenry County Blog article. 19 years old. McHenry County College student. Computer … Continue reading

District 5 and 6 Tax Hiking Incumbents Skip McHenry County Board Candidates’ Night

The Young Republicans provided a public service Saturday night by sponsoring a candidates night for McHenry County Board candidates in District 5 and 6. The Friday night counterpart for District 2, 3 and 4 candidates, on the other hand, had … Continue reading

Michael Stanard Launches McHenry County Board Campaign with Newspaper Inserts

It’s really hard to figure out what is going on in McHenry County Board District 6. That’s the district that stretches from the Kane County line up the western townships and east to the Hebron-Richmond Township line. [If you would … Continue reading

Donleybrook in McHenry County Board District 6

There are four incumbents in McHenry County Board District 6, as there are in all districts. Since everyone is up or election after reapportionment, there are four vacancies. One incumbent, Randy Donley of Union, who got by far and away … Continue reading

Marengo Settlers Day Parade – More County Board Politicians & Other Entries – Part 1

It’s too bad that it takes so long to post photos.  I still haven’t finished the Marengo Settlers Day Parade from a couple of weeks ago. When we stopped looking at what entries offered on that beautiful day in Marengo, … Continue reading