Craig Adams Retains McHenry Township Supervisor Office by 85 Votes

At least that’s what the McHenry County Clerk’s web site says as of 12:45.

Incumbent Craig Adams, appointed as a Republican, but elected as an Independent, received 3,440 votes.

Republican Steve Verr got 3,355 ballots.

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The final results showed an 86 vote margin, 3,471 to 3,385.


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Craig Adams Retains McHenry Township Supervisor Office by 85 Votes — 7 Comments

  1. I do believe the “rubber stamp” board of Trustees in this Township is a thing of the past.

  2. The way state law is the board has very little oversite.

    Team Bob’s effect without changes in legislation will be little.

  3. The Township Board actually controls many of the functions of Township Government, especially the expenditures.

    Look for restrictions in patronage and contracts.

  4. “Restrictions in contracts” = nothing getting done for 4 years and Adams can collect a paycheck.

    Welcome to basic government 101 in Illinois.

    This state is a fail.

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