The McHenry County Republican Party put on quite a show at Harvard’s Mile Day Parade.
The McHenry County Republican Party banner led off the GOP’s entry.
County Auditor Shannon Teresi is followed by supporters of judicial candidate Judge Tiffany Davis marked closely behind the party banner.
A jeep with his sign and a banner announced State Senate Craig Wilcox’ candidacy followed. Former State Rep. candidate John O’Neill carried one side of the Wilcox banner.
Joe Tirio walked in front of a vehicle bearing his campaign signs.
Craig Wilcox was walking next to Joe Tirio’s vehicle.
For the first time I can remember, there were two elephants in a parade.
“We support you udderly” the sign around the elephant’s neck says.
McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally walked the Milk Day Parade route.
A re-cycled campaign sign advertised McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally.
Joe Tirio didn’t hire his wife as County Recorder of Deeds and says he won’t do so as County Clerk.
Tiffany Davis, candidate for Judge in the western part of McHenry County, walks behind a supporter of County Auditor candidate Shannon Teresi.
Could the two little kids in the wagon be the children of Shannon Teresi, the GOP candidate for County Auditor?
There was a wagon carrying McHenry County Republican Chairman Diane Evertsen, McHenry County College Board member Karen Tirio and Cyndi Hemauer.
State Senate candidate Craig Wilcox handed out candy.
The 2018 Milk Day Reviewing Stand.
Ev Evertsen carried the American Flag down the Milky Way (Ayer Street).
Guys on one part of the parade rouite.
When one is taking photos, someone always says, “Take my picture.”
The Republican entry crosses over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks.
The children in the Shannon Teresi wagon made it to the end of the parade.
GOP Secretary Karen Tirio and Chairman Diane Evertsen, riding on a bigger wagon, also made it to the end of the Milk Day Parade.