Chris Jenner and Tom Wilbeck’s McHenry County College Handout

Continuing on my effort to post literature from candidates, here is what MCC Board candidates Tom Wilbeck and Chris Jenner are distributing.

This is the front of the door know hanger prepared to promote the campaign of Chris Jenner and Tom Wilbeck for McHenry County College Board.

This is the front of the door know hanger prepared to promote the campaign of Chris Jenner and Tom Wilbeck for McHenry County College Board.

The back of the literature promoting the election of Tom Wilbeck and Chris Jenner to the McHenry County College Board has little snippets of information about all nine candidates.

The back of the literature promoting the election of Tom Wilbeck and Chris Jenner to the McHenry County College Board has little snippets of information about all nine candidates.

Those wishing some to hand out may email tomwilbeck@yahoo.com or cjenner01@yahoo.com.


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Chris Jenner and Tom Wilbeck’s McHenry County College Handout — 3 Comments

  1. That is interesting.

    They left the boxes next to my name empty.

    For anybody who does not already know I am opposed to any tax or tuition increase.

    Not only would I oppose this health club and expansion if it were not brought as a referendum, I would oppose this plan with any funding source because it is a bad idea.

    Why should we waste they money to bring it as a referendum when it is going to fail.

    This proposal does not address the needs of the college, and should be rejected by the Board.

  2. The sad thing is that every person who has ever campaigned for any school board has run on a platform of fiscal conservatism and reform.

    We never get either.

    It must be harder than it looks from the outside.

  3. Chris Jenner ran on a platform of fiscal conservatism and reform and was elected to the Cary District 26 school board twice.

    There are other examples including Grayslake Elementary District 46, McHenry, and more all the time.

    The teacher unions are countering and encouraging their retired members to run for school board.

    IEA calls their program “IEA Retired.”

    Historically for many reasons candidates endorsed by the teacher unions won elections.

    More and more people are contemplating and digging into the motivations and track records of teacher union endorsed candidates and looking into school district, state, and Federal finances (since school districts receive funding from local, state, and Federal sources).

    More people are looking into the bond deals that school districts negotiate with bond salesman rather than competitively bid.

    More people are looking into teacher/administrator pensions.

    More people are looking at local, state, and federal politicians endorsed by teacher unions, and examining

    what the teacher unions receive in return for providing campaign contributions and votes to politicians.

    And the list goes on.

    It is harder than it looks from the outside and those are some of the reasons why.

    Democracy is hard work.

    Join the party, adopt a governmental body, and start going to board meetings or viewing them online or research on the internet.

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