What Jack Franks Wants to Reveal about His Wealth

There are two documents required to be filed by every McHenry County Board member.

The first is what I’d call the “None’ none, none” Statement of Economic Interest.

A law requiring all elected officials to complete it each May has been on the books for decades, but it provides virtually no worthwhile information.

How McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks answered its questions can be seen below:

The second form, labeled an “addendum” was developed under the leadership of former County Board member Ersel Schuster when she chaired to Management Services Committee.

Note the lack of specificity as to the location of the ownership of farmland in the following document:


What Jack Franks Wants to Reveal about His Wealth — 11 Comments

  1. Funny stuff, “I have no idea”.

    This guy would know if they’re were loose change to be had, in a Wal Mart parking lot.

  2. You can easily be a beneficiary of a trust and not know about it.

    Trusts are a way a lot of people do estate planning, I’ve inherited some money that way before, and I didn’t know about the existence of the trust or that I was a beneficiary of one until I got a phone call about it.

  3. Follow the money and you’ll find where the good old boys are doing their backroom deals.

  4. Yea that is right follow the Money lets Look at cal Skinner’s income and assets all from government cheese and the rest of the retired people and government sucking pigs like Andrew Gasser as well the rest of the people who claim they don’t like excess government but run for office and grow government and get the pay check and that is ok.

    All pigs

  5. How dare you say those things about our sunshine blogger? He is a compassionate conservative christian, fully committed to the fight for a microscopic government, galactic privatization, and courageous journalism…That is, of course, if you feel comfortable navigating the nonsense parallel cybernetic universe of McHenry county compassionate conservatism. 2018, is that you? Tic, tock, tic, tock…

  6. How many $ millions has the family of the “round mound” amassed due to the misfortune of others?

    Are those smiley faces on the bill boards advertising for the law firm laughing at you?

    And someone has the nerve to insult a person who served honorably in our military for getting a pension for that service?

    Our society is rapidly losing its moral compass.

  7. Finally! Compassionate conservatives admit pensions for honorable service are good. See a teacher? Thank a teacher! Tic, tock, tic, tock…

  8. Sorry, teaching is no longer considered an honorable service.

    Eliminate ESL.

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