State Senator Pam Althoff Running for McHenry County Board

Pam Althoff

This information has been posted previously, but now the candidate herself declares,

“I’m running for County Board district 4.”

She follows in the footsteps of A.B. McConnell of Woodstock, who served three terms before being too far down on the bed sheet ballot of 1964 to win re-election.

“I’m running for County Board district 4.”

She follows in the footsteps of A.B. McConnell of Woodstock, who served three terms before being too far down on the bed sheet ballot of 1964 to win re-election.

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Althoff’s biography

says the following:

Senator Pamela J. Althoff has served as a member of the Illinois State Senate since March 2003. She has championed legislation to increase open space, expand the agricultural industry and promote improved statewide economic growth. She is a proponent of improving the business/job climate of Illinois, obtaining equitable education funding reform, tax reforms and senior health issues.

In the Senate, she serves as the Senate Republican Caucus Chair as a part of the Senate Republican Leadership. Senator Althoff is the Minority Spokeswoman for the Revenue and Licensed Activities & Pensions Committees and also serves on the Executive Appointments, Labor, Transportation, and Telecommunications & Info Technology Committees.

Additionally, Senator Althoff currently serves on the Human Trafficking Task Force, the Illinois Bicentennial Celebration Task Force, and serves as Co-Chair of the Historic Preservation Caucus.

Senator Althoff has been extremely involved in her community. She currently serves on the Executive Board at United Way of McHenry County and Journeycare (Formerly Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois). Past organizations she has been involved with include the MCC Foundation Board, the Community Development Block Grant Board, the McHenry Council of Governments, McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce, the Fox Waterway Agency, League of Women Voters and more.

Prior to coming to the Senate, Pamela Althoff was the McHenry City Mayor from 2001 to 2003. Other positions she has held in her career include a Special Education teacher, an Assistant Administrator with the McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce, a Sales and Marketing Representative, and the McHenry City Clerk and Collector.

She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Illinois State University in 1975, and her Master’s Degree in Education from Northeastern Illinois University in 1978.

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Comments

State Senator Pam Althoff Running for McHenry County Board — 15 Comments

  1. More useless Springfield politicians coming home to corrupt locally.

  2. Ditto. Who is going to do the reading and tell her which way to vote?

  3. Useless and ineffective ex schoolteacher runs for the Board.

    Figures she can do more damage this way.

  4. People might assume that she will be an adversary to Jack, it may be quite the opposite in reality.

  5. A shill for the Democrat Chairman of the Board.

    She puts his signs out at election time!

    She’s gotta go retire!

    DANGER WIL ROBINSON!!!

  6. Because they suck at what they do in Springfield come to the County and control that!

    Don’t you think the County Board would be a much better place without Pam and Jack!

  7. I thought Halloween was over.

    McHenry County’s very own Freddy Kruger returns.

  8. I wrangled with her back in 2011 over Bob Rita (the convicted felon who sponsored all the legislation to seal criminal IDs!).

    We do NOT need more stupid crooks on the county board.

    We have plenty of morons now.(Especially those at the state level!)

  9. Do any Politians retire and go enjoy their lives?

    Do they have to torture us forever ?

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