There are two debates scheduled on the McHenry County League of Women Voters web site.
Looking at campaign contributions for State Rep. Barb Wheeler, shows that she received $15,000 from Chicago-based Stand for Children IL PAC on September 15th.
She also received $5,000 from the Chicago Land Operators Joint Labor-Management PAC on August 23rd and $1,000 from State Rep. David McSweeney on July 24th.
On July 8th, Wheeler got $2,500 from Foresight Energy Services
of St. Louis.
She started off the quarter with $4,174.41.
Mains has not yet filed a report with the Illinois State Board of Elections.
Strong candidates are always happy to debate.
Harrison, Oh I mean, Just Joe, but strong candidates only debate once because the people don’t have to hear a repeat of what they stand for.
However I have heard on the street that one candidate has changed his platform because it should have been, ” I’ll be whatever you want me to beto get what I want” Just sayin that is what I heard.
I like debates but Harrison would turn it into a trial and circus.
That I am not interested in.
If I want see an attorney with Illinois State Status and a pile of exhibits a,b and c sitting next to him I’ll go to a court house.
Also Harrison seems obsessed with bringing in the past of a volunteer of something he did 14 years ago.
This person has not been a part of Prims campaign for over 1 1/2 years.
He resigned and still supports Prim.
Now will this mean that if Harrison would be elected he will have to investigate every employee of the Sheriff’s department.
From the deputies to the clerks to custodial department.
He is accusing Prim of having someone with a past not being a good thing so I’m sure he wouldn’t want anyone employed by the Sheriff’s department under his command to have done anything wrong going back to as much as 14 years.
I have an old Italian saying for Mr. Harrison
Chi piu^ sa, meno parla