Harvard’s Milk Day Parade was Saturday.
I was there looking for election tea leaves.
What I saw in the first part of the parade can be found here.
Another Democrat came next.
He is Dennis Anderson, the minority party’s second-time challenger to Congressman Randy Hultgren.
Terry Kappel passed out literature for Anderson on the west side of Ayer Street.
Next up was State Rep. candidate Steve Reick’s entry.
here was a convertible, but Reick wasn’t riding in it.
He was walking, interacting with the crowd. But I didn’t see anyone passing out literature.
Some on the float were tossing candy, supplementing those handing it out.
Milk Day’s Queen and her Court were right behind Bill Prim.
A double of Harmilda, the Holstein, was featured on the next float with some young women.
A convertible from Rockford carried Miss Labor Day,
The Kishwaukee Trail Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution had a float with all sorts of flags.
The float had all sorts of flags.
To be continued.