Candidates Joe Walsh’s Walsh Freedom Successfully Endorsed

Former Congressman and WIND Talk Show Host Joe Walsh has a group called Walsh Freedom.

It endorsed candidates in the Algonquin and Nunda Township Republican Primary Elections.

In Walsh Freedom’s Sunday newsletter appeared the following:

Congratulations to the following candidates on winning their February 28th primaries:

  • Charles A. Lutzow, Algonquin Township Supervisor
  • Andrew Gasser, Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner
  • Mark Dzemske, Nunda Township Assessor
  • Tim Parrish, Nunda Township Trustee
  • Rob Parrish, Nunda Township Trustee

Endorsed in McHenry County were

  • Andrew Gasser, Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner
  • Steven Verr, McHenry Township Supervisor (Election April 4th)
  • Dan Aylward, McHenry Township Clerk (Election April 4th)
  • Cate Williams, Nunda Township Supervisor
  • Mark Dzemske, Nunda Township Assessor
  • Eric Dowd, Nunda Township Highway Commissioner
  • Tim Parrish, Nunda Township Trustee
  • Rob Parrish, Nunda Township Trustee
  • Mike Shorten, Nunda Township Trustee

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Candidates Joe Walsh’s Walsh Freedom Successfully Endorsed — 5 Comments

  1. The TOI Nepotism King Miller just couldn’t steal enough.

    Walsh has done so much for cleaning up McHenry County, he deserves thanks and prayers.

    Blast from the corrupt past (really present bc this corrupt Chmeil still lords over us): http://www.injusticewatch.org/news/2015/michael-j-chmiel-circuit-court/

    excerpt:

    What the Judicial Inquiry Board said: In February, 2008, the board charged Chmiel with three different violations of the Judicial Code: charging him with bringing the judiciary into disrepute by creating the appearance of an impropriety, and even creating an impropriety itself, when he held the rare emergency bond hearing for the brother of a politically-active associate. The board charged that Chmiel was improperly involved in ex parte communications with Miller and his daughter about the case, producing evidence of a series of telephone calls between the cell phones of Miller, his daughter, and Chmiel before the hearing occurred. And the board charged that Chmiel testified falsely in his testimony before the board, downplaying the role of Miller in those events, as well as contending that by the time of the incident he and Miller were not even close.

  2. Andrew Gasser has not shown up to any Algonquin Township meeting ever.

    Last night there was one since the election and he still doesn’t attend?!

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