Former Huntley School Board President Announces for County Board in District 6

There are four spots to fill in each County Board districts. Because of reapportionment all County Board members must run for election to retain their posts.

In District 6, the most rural in McHenry County, incumbent Randy Donley has announced that he is retiring, so there is an open seat.

Below is the formal announcement for former Huntley School Board President Shawn Green:

Shawn Green – Republican Candidate for McHenry County Board District 6

Shawn Green listens at a Huntley School Board meeting.

The Committee to Elect Shawn Green is pleased to announce Mr. Green’s candidacy for the 6th District of the McHenry County Board.

Shawn is a ten year resident of McHenry County; he and his wife Angela are raising their two daughters in unincorporated Coral Township.

Shawn is

  • a veteran police sergeant for a large suburban municipality,
  • Republican Precinct Committeeman, and former president of the District 158 Board of Education.

Shawn has a solid record of leadership, fiscal accountability, and transparency in government.

During his five year tenure on the school board, the district

  • got its financial house in order,
  • experienced significant gains in student achievement, and
  • attained true reform in openness and transparency.

As a McHenry County Board member, Shawn will be committed to

  • fostering responsible growth,
  • insisting on pro-business and pro-jobs policies,
  • conserving open space,
  • protecting ground water supplies,
  • ensuring governmental transparency, and
  • safeguarding taxpayers’ interests.

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Former Huntley School Board President Announces for County Board in District 6 — 1 Comment

  1. “Shawn has a solid record of leadership, fiscal accountability, and transparency in government. During his five year tenure on the school board, the district got its financial house in order, experienced significant gains in student achievement, and attained true reform in openness and transparency.”

    Where are the specific details on that? Or is this yet another example of tell the voters what they want to hear?

    Regarding Huntley District 158 School Board.

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