Yvonne Barnes Literature

Previously, I have published County Board member Tom Wilbeck’s palm card that he passes out door-to-door, plus his mailing.

I have not been able to find one for Anna May Miller, but have published her mailing and will publish her future mailings, if someone will send them to me.

Today, we look at incumbent Yvonne Barnes’ literature.

The front of District 1 McHenry County Board candidate Yvonne Barnes' literature.

The front of District 1 McHenry County Board candidate Yvonne Barnes’ literature.

Yvonne Barnes cites her reducing the County levy, championing the citizens right to vote on township consolidation and her oversight on the Finance Committee.

Yvonne Barnes cites her reducing the County levy, championing the citizens right to vote on township consolidation and her oversight on the Finance Committee. It also contains her education.


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Yvonne Barnes Literature — 12 Comments

  1. Solid accomplishments sound reasoning and consensus builder!

    Oh by the way, great family photo too!

  2. Barnes and Wilbeck, what a breath of fresh air to blow away the Miller stench in District#1.

    Yvonne, you’ve already shown good leadership skills on the board and we look forward to continue watching you work for the taxpayers in McHenry county.

    You have a sincerity about you that is beautiful to see.

    Thank you for all your past efforts.

    (And what a beautiful family!)

  3. Yvonne Barnes is one of the most effective and thoughtful members of the Board.

    It would be a real shame to lose her.

    Please give her all of your support!

  4. We definitely need WILBECK and BARNES for good govt. (not the self serving govt. that we get with the Miller family business that is Dist 1 and Township. The laugh all the way to the bank on the taxpayers. VOTE EM OUT!

  5. Yvonne is a good person, well informed, and has qualified for 20 years of IMRF pension, 50% or about $11k a year.

    Not much compared to Jack Franks who if reelected will get 50% state pension of about $32.5K plus health care for life.

  6. Those with 20 years in the General Assembly pension system receive 85% of their final salary.

  7. Ya ya, sleeping at the wheel, Jack will get about $55k plus health care.

  8. Nob, last minute lies don’t work.

    Village trustees/ council members never participated in any pension benefits in Cary or other towns.

    At age 60, $1,700 per month is $226 per month for a vested county board member with 8 years.

    Yvonne is not that old.

    That would be Yvonne’s pension if she didn’t choose the lump sum option for the money she paid in.

    Your friend Anna makes more than $90K per year.

    IMRF pension for 72K is $1,400 per month for 14 years.

    Jumps to $1,860 per month for 4 more years if she is re-elected.

    Note that IMRF does not publish for salaries over $72,000 per year.

    Note also that the numbers above include Anna Millers time at County Board not all the years she has “worked” for her husband at the township.

    Now you know why the Millers spend so much money on elections and want to keep their jobs.

    How much more does your fiend Bob Miller get for his many years of IMRF?

    Read IMRF Tier 1 booklet for members about page 28 to get your facts.

  9. Above, that is 14 years of work.

    The $1,400 is a monthly payment for life!

    If re-elected, a $72,000 yearly salary adds four more years of “service”/ work and jumps to $1,860 per month for life. Visit imrf.org tier one member booklet.

  10. Fact Checker, the 9:35 comment was not a intended lie about Yvoone, as I started out by praising her.

    I went off in na na land while typing as I pointed out in 9:54 comment.

    Sorry Yvonne if it seemed that way.

    I should of said at her age she could qualify for 20 retirement at 50% of $21K or about $11k a year.

    Then if I would of got Jack’s numbers correct the first time, it was the contrast in pensions I was hoping to highlight.

    20 year IMRF verse State Pension fund for elected officials.

    I’ll vote for her just like I have since she represented me when at Cary.

    I’m human, not above mistakes or saying sorry. 🙂

  11. Ms Barnes, you could probably gain some votes by driving down Greenwood Court and Wilmette Avenue in Algonquin and talking to the residents about our lovely roads.

    Since we are unincorporated area, nobody gives a damn about how bad our roads are although we pay a lot of taxes to live here.

    Its ridiculous that we pay a lot of taxes and we get nothing in this area.

    Its a shame.

    Many people pay out a lot of car repair because our roads are so bad.

    Check it out, its ridiculous how the Millers don’t care about our roads.

    They think its a big deal to have someone grate the roads once a year and as soon as it rains, all the holes are back.

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