Challenging Nunda Township GOP Rolls Out Campaign Piece

Two slates are competing in the Nunda Township Republican Primary Election on February 28th. One is made of mainly of incumbents led by Supervisor Lee Jennings and Road Commissioner “Iron Mike” Lesperance. Joining them are Assessor candidate Justin Franzke and … Continue reading

Nunda Township Challengers Send Letter, Urge Early & Mail Votes

The slate running against the one headed by Supervisor Lee Jennings and Road Commissioner “Iron” Mike Lesperance sent out a letter accompanying their piece of literature promising a 10% tax cut. You will be able to see the campaign piece … Continue reading

Nunda Township Supervisor Lee Jennings & Road Commissioner Mike Lesperance Re-Election Campaign Cards, Plus Running Mate Assessor Candidate Justin Franzke’s

Unfortunately for those looking for content, the campaign literature for the three candidates running on what is a majority incumbent slate will be hard to read on McHenry County Blog. These are photos of the campaign literature (I asked all … Continue reading

After Withdrawing from Lakewood Village President Race, Santowski Files as Write-In

Lakewood was the write-in sensation two years ago, when Paul Serwatka ran first as a write-in in his race for Village Trustee. He campaigned against the Tax Increment Financing District and the SportsPlex at the southern intersection of Routes 47 … Continue reading

Nunda Holding Candidates Night Jan. 31st

The Nunda Township Republican Party is hosting a candidates’ night for its many candidates. The details are contained below in this communication from Party Secretary Nancy Gonsiorek: It is great news that the April consolidated election will include a wealth … Continue reading

Nunda Township GOP Primary Filings

Nunda Township Republicans will have opposition for every office but Township Clerk. There former Township Trustee and unsuccessful candidate for the GOP nomination for Recorder of Deeds Joni Smith has a lock. She is the only candidate. For Township Supervisor, … Continue reading

Walkup Running for Nunda Township Supervisor Against Lee Jennings and Kate Williams

Mike Walkup, the man who was a leading proponent for the consolidation of township government, has filed nominating petitions for Nunda Township Supervisor. Walkup comes off a November election defeat by Jack Franks for the McHenry County Board Chairmanship. He … Continue reading

Independents vs. Republicans, One Win in Five in Last Five Months

With Jim Harrison deciding that he is going to run as an Independent in the McHenry County Sheriff’s race next year, it’s time to look at what has happened in the recent past when Independents ran against Republicans. The most … Continue reading

Nunda Township’s Lee Jennings Keeps Supervisor’s Office in Republican Hands

Despite a challenge from Nunda Township Supervisor employee Leda Drain, Republican nominee Lee Jennings handily won election. The lead was almost 700 votes. In contrast with Grafton Township, Nunda Township Republicans put on a unified campaign, as can been seen … Continue reading

Nunda Recounts Show No Change

Three votes behind was where Rob Parrish found himself after all the absentee and early ballots were counted. And, after a Discovery Recount he requested and paid for, the results were the same. He was still behind “Iron Mike” Lesperance … Continue reading

Dan Rutherford Coming to Nunda Township to Support Republican Lee Jennings’ Candidacy for Township Supervisor

I got this email from Mary McClellan, the Secretary of the Nunda Township Republican Central Committee: “We have a opportunity to talk with Dan Rutherford and meet Lee Jeenings who is running in a contested race against an independent. “We … Continue reading

Township Supervisor Races: Klemm, Fender Win Convincingly, Jennings over Provenano by 12

The score for those challenging incumbent township supervisors was 50-50. Algonquin Township Supervisor Dianne Klemm fended off the strong challenge of Clerk Marc Munaretto. But Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore could not withstand the four years of relentless pounding by … Continue reading

Irene Napier Pens Support of Pro-Life Candidates in Algonquin & Nunda Townships

Look what I found distributed by the Crystal Lake Tea Party: REMINDER OF TOWNSHIP ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY. THIS IS THE CLOSEST GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATION WE HAVE. BE SURE TO VOTE! For what it is worth here are my personal recommendations for … Continue reading

Sticker Competition in the Northwest Herald

First there was a sticker on the masthead of the Northwest Herald paid for by Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore. It was published on the first day of early voting and urged people to do so. Sunday, the team of … Continue reading