The McHenry County Regional Board of Education, which decides school boundary disputes, had four write-in candidates for two slots for which no one’s name was on the ballot.
From the results below, it seems that Republican Precinct Committeemen Eric Dowd and Matt Meyer won the spots:
The candidate with the most votes, Mary Ann Louderback, was on the ballot.
The new clerk needs to do a better job!
There is supposed to be list displayed at the polling places listing the names of the write in choices.
THIS WAS NOT DONE!
There might have been more votes for these people if things were done properly
If people can’t remember who they are voting for then they shouldn’t be voting.
voter – if that is the case, there should be NO names posted on the ballot.
We should know who we want to vote for.
There is a process to be allowed as a write in and if that is completed, they get to have their names posted.
voter – you sound foolish.
I can’t believe it’s taking this long to count up a few write ins…..
noon yesterday should have been the deadline…………….
and the write in’s should have been posted,,,
or allowed to be posted….
I worked as a judge.
We were provided with write-in lists and we posted them.
But I can only speak for the precinct I served.