High Priority Endorsements of “McHenry County Progressives”

A new group called “McHenry County Progressives” has prepared a comprehensive sample ballot.

It’s so long that I back-posted it. You can find it here.

Today I’ll share the top priority races the group has identified.

Key to endorsements and notations on the Progressive’s sample ballot.

Those are the ones that the group has marked with green (maybe it’s red–I’m red-green color blind) or yellow.

For Village of Algonquin Trustee:

  • Greg Ligman
  • Janis Jasper

For Barrington Hills Village President:

  • Louis Iaovelli

For Barrington Hills Village Trustee:

  • Robert Zubak
  • Paula Jacobsen

For Cary Village Mayor:

  • Mark Kownick

For Cary Village Trustee:

  • Duane Dudek
  • Christine Betz
  • Christopher Naatz

For Crystal Lake City Council:

  • Cameron Hubbard
  • Haig Haleblain
  • Ralph Dawson

For Harvard Alderman – Ward 1:

  • Jay Schulz (marked “leaning Democrat”)
  • Lisa Haderlein (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Hebron Village President:

  • Frank Beatty

For Holiday Hills Village Trustee:

  • Mary Lunsten  (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Lake in the Hills Village President:

  • Paul Mulcahy  (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Lakemoor Village Trustee:

  • Alexis Agular  (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Lakewood Village Trustee:

  • John Schrauf
  • Gene Furey

For Marengo Ward 4 Alderman:

  • James Regelin (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For McCullom Lake Village President:

  • Terry Counley

For McCullom Lake Village Trustee:

  • Dana Burroughs-Glave
  • Denise Bogacz

For McHenry Mayor:

  • Steve Cuda

For Richmond Village Trustee:

  • Dennis Bardy (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Spring Grove Village Trustee:

  • Jeffrey Letzter (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Trout Valley Village Trustee:

  • Robert Nitschneider (marked “leaning Democrat”)

For Woodstock Mayor:

  • Brian Sager

For Woodstock City Council:

  • Gordon Tebo
  • Joseph Starznski
  • Jim Prindville

For Alden Township Assessor:

  • Constance Jones

For Algonquin Township Trustee:

  • Dominique Miller

For Hartland Township Road Commissioner:

  • Rickland Rasmusser Jr.

For Hartland Township Trustee:

  • Lisa Waichunas

For McHenry Township Supervisor:

  • Craig Adams

For McHenry Township Clerk:

  • Judith Gottliev

For McHenry Township Assessor:

  • Mary Malady

For McHenry Township Highway Commissioner:

  • James Condon

For McHenry Township Trustee:

  • Mary Ellen Shine
  • Sue Miller
  • Robert Beltran
  • Luis Eric Agular

For McHenry Grade School District 15 (two-year term):

  • Matthew Stauner
  • Patrick Miller

For Nunda Township Clerk:

  • Cheryl Voss

For Nunda Township Trustee:

  • Nan Queller
  • Lori McConville
  • John Darger
  • Kelly Wegener

For McHenry Grade School District 15 (six-year term):

  • Amada Geyer
  • Kimberly Qualls
  • Paul Santopadre

For Marengo High School District 154:

  • Jodie Kanaly

For Crystal Lake High School District 155:

  • Ron Ludwig
  • Jason Blake
  • David Secrest
  • Nicole Parovis

For McHenry High School District 156:

  • Pat Arnold
  • Arnie Waltmire
  • Giuseppe Veneziano
  • Timothy Hying

For Woodstock School District 200:

William Nattress III

  • John Parisi
  • Karen Kockler
  • Jacob Homuth

For Algonquin School District 300:

  • Leslie Lamarca (marked “leaning Democrat”)


High Priority Endorsements of “McHenry County Progressives” — 14 Comments

  1. The Progressives right, more like the Old Crowd of samosamo just trying to stay in their positions… not!

  2. The kiss of DEATH

    Where we could only guess before; the certainty grows.

  3. Pondering on the influx of progressives into our McHenry County political arena put me in mind of a story my cousin from Texas sent recently.

    Texas Sheriff’s Exam…

    A young Texan grew up wanting to be a lawman.

    He grew up big, 6′ 2″, strong as a longhorn, and fast as a mustang. He could shoot a bottle cap tossed in the air at 40 paces.

    When he finally came of age, he applied to where he had only dreamed of working: the West Texas Sheriff’s Department.

    After a series of tests and interviews, the Chief Deputy finally called him into his office for the young man’s last interview.

    The Chief Deputy said, “You’re a big strong kid and you can really shoot. So far your qualifications all look good, but we have, what you might call, an “Attitude Suitability Test”, that you must take before you can be accepted. We just don’t let anyone carry our badge, son.”

    Then, sliding a service pistol and a box of ammo across the desk, the Chief said, “Take this pistol and go out and shoot:

    six illegal aliens,
    six ambulance-chasing lawyers,
    six meth dealers,
    six Muslim extremists,
    six Democrats,
    and a rabbit”

    “Why the rabbit?” queried the applicant.

    “You pass,” said the Chief Deputy. “When can you start?”

  4. If you are a Republican Precinct Committee man and you are on this list you should be embarrassed.

    Cary mayor!

  5. McHenry County needs more competition in the elections from other parties.

    As you review your real estate tax bills, remember that the County has been run by “Republicans” for as long as you have owned your home.

  6. @ Tom


    Just remember; “If you like your doctor you’ll get to keep your doctor”. LOL

  7. And, if you would look at the sample ballot, you would see only four townships have partisan elections.

    The rest of the ballots are non-partisan.

  8. So many candidates listed as “Independent” so they can attract disgruntled voters.

    I’m ashamed to say I used to be a Republican, who have no clue or compassion for the people and the earth we live on.

    Unfortunately the Democrats do not have their act together, giving little viable alternatives and not listening to the progressive ideas.

  9. We’ve got to stop the county take over by the tea-party; this is how we do it!

    Great job McHenry County Progressives!

  10. Craig Adams and Jim Adams ‘Progressive’ endorsees …. of course!!!

    They have progressively overtaxed us and redistributed the money to illegals!!

  11. With Illinois and Chicago being run so well, why would anyone in McHenry County vote Democrat or Progressive?

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