Posted on McHenry County Board candidate’s Facebook page is the following:
The Daily Herald did not endorse me.
Not very surprised.
The following quote is taken from the paper’s endorsement article:
A pair of inexperienced newcomers, Woodstock chiropractor Michael Rein and former sheriff’s deputy Zane Seipler, join longtime incumbent John Jung in the District 5 primary. Jung has a proven record as a board member highlighted by his leadership of the board’s Human Resources Committee and his work with the Youth Peer Jury system.
Seipler is passionate about public service and has reasoned stances on many issues, but we worry about his ability to serve amid an ongoing bitter legal fight with his former boss, Sheriff Keith Nygren and many in his administration. Rein, while by his own admission is in need of a “learning curve,” seems ready to look at the big picture. We endorse Jung and Rein.
I take pride in fighting Keith Nygren and his administration.
Google Nygren, Corruption and McHenry County and see what you find.
The paper may endorse the “longtime incumbent” and the chiropractor who is “in need of a learning curve” but that isn’t what is important to me.
What is important to all of us is electing board members who are not longtime incumbents who have led our county and our country into economic strife.
What is important is electing county board members who don’t require a learning curve and have reasoned stances on the important issues.
This county and this country need passionate leaders.
The Daily Herald may not have endorsed me but they sure did a fine job describing what I can bring to the table.
Passion, Reason and the Will to Fight!!!!
New campaign slogan. You’ll see it on my next batch of literature