Correction: Woodstock’s Frank Wedig NOT Leaving Green Party, but Running for Dorr Township Trustee

When I asked who was running for what in Dorr Township, I failed to ask if all the Trustee candidates were running as Republicans. My mind was so fixated on the Republican primaries in the townships with over 15,000 population … Continue reading

Township GOP Primary Election Paperwork Not at County Clerk’s Office Yet

The Republican Parties in all of the five largest townships in McHenry County seem to have decided or soon will decide to hold primary elections in February, rather than hold caucuses. Those five are Algonquin Dorr Grafton McHenry Nunda Paperwork … Continue reading

McHenry Township GOP Holding Primary Election to Select Candidates

With my learning, albeit a bit belatedly, that the McHenry Township Republican Central Committee will hold a primary election next February to select candidates for Supervisor Clerk Assessor Road Commissioner Trustees (4) all the township eligible to hold partisan primaries … Continue reading

Nunda Township GOP to Hold Primary Election, Rather Than Caucus

We are now up to three McHenry County townships with more than 10,000 population where the signal has been sent that Republican candidates for next spring’s election will be selected by the voters. At Wednesday night’s meeting of the Nunda … Continue reading

Grafton Township Republican Party Chairman Favors Primary Election

Monday night Grafton Township Party Central Committee Chairman Tom Poznanski told me that he favored letting the voters decide who the Republican Party candidates for township office would be. This is the third cycle during which partisan candidates have run … Continue reading

Grafton Township Assessor Bill Ottley Running for Re-Election, Time for Other Potential Township Candidates to Start Planning

It’s that time of year when township officials have to make up their minds whether they are running for re-election. It’s also time for those thinking about challenging township officials to be making similar calculations. When I last saw Grafton … Continue reading