The primary has three Republican candidates vying for two spots in November’s general election. They include a current board member, a business owner and a construction superintendent with experience on other boards.
McHenry County Board, District 1 member Theresa Meshes said "providing proper infrastructure for the current and future needs of our residents and businesses" is a top priority. Read her full election questionnaire here.
McHenry County Board member Kelli Wegener identified "public Health and Mental Health services for our county’s residents, especially the older populations" as a top priority in her election questionnaire. Read Wegener's full questionnaire here.
McHenry County Board member Michael Skala said the county should continue to challenge the ICE contract. "For me this is not about the ICE contract; it is about the division of power between County Government and State Government," Skala wrote.
McHenry County Board member Lyn Campbell identified a top priority as reducing "the burden on taxpayers by creating a vibrant and sustainable economy." Read Campbell's full election questionnaire here.
McHenry County Board candidate Brian Sager wrote "Suggestions to District 7 infrastructure needs include moving the METRA parking function from downtown Crystal Lake to northwest of Woodstock" as a part of his election questionnaire. Read the full questionnaire here.
Asked what road and bridges infrastructure needs to be addressed in McHenry County, Michael Vijuk wrote, "In the short term, the bridges in the northern part of the county needs to be addressed." Read Vijuk's full election questionnaire here.