I’ve noticed more candidates with cards this year than previously.
The first one appeared at the Bill Prim for Sheriff fund raiser at the Bull Valley Country Club.
The front of Bill Prim’s calling card.
The back of Bill Prim’s card tells what he will change as McHenry County Sheriff. It’s basically his platform. It includes establishment of an independent internal affairs office, cooperation with the State’s Attorney’s Office, elimination of non-essential civilian administrators, “a leaner, more efficient Sheriff’s Office” and more.
Prim, of course, is not on the ballot until next March’s Republican primary election.
On the ballot on April 9th is McHenry County College Board candidate Tom Wilbeck.
The front of Tom Wilbeck’s card promises “NO expansion without voter approval.”
The back of Tom Wilbeck’s card evidences opposition to the proposed health club, full utilization of existing classrooms and opposition of tax hikes or bone issues without voter approval.
The most localized race for which there is a card is the one for Mayor of McHenry. Incumbent Sue Low has the card you see below:
The front of Sue Low’s card has her name, title and the date of the election.
The back of Sue Low’s card has a brief bio and her vision for McHenry.