2022 Election Primary: McHenry County Sheriff news
These are the unofficial election results for contested races across McHenry County as of about 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Tony Colatorti conceded the race for McHenry County sheriff to Robb Tadelman on Wednesday, which could mean Tadelman will win the position later this year unopposed.
After more than a year of campaigning, voters headed to the polls Tuesday to choose the new sheriff of McHenry County.
McHenry County voters will line up today to cast their votes in this year’s primary election races, months later than normal. The delay had some local officials concerned about turnout, which started slow but ticked upward as early voting continued.
Competitive races line both the Democratic and Republican ballots as early voting continues ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. Here's a round-up of who and what is on the ballot.
The race to be McHenry County's next sheriff now has self-funding from both candidates after Robb Tadelman loaned his campaign $25,000 this week and Tony Colatorti also made a personal loan to his campaign earlier this year.
A McHenry County judge dismissed the charge filed against a Woodstock attorney accused of damaging campaign signs of a candidate vying to be the county’s next top cop, according to records filed in the McHenry County courthouse.
Campaign signs for both Republican candidates vying to be McHenry County‘s next sheriff were vandalized with anti-government and law enforcement symbols and sentiments, the candidates said.
An appellate court Monday upheld two previous decisions that ruled McHenry County sheriff candidate Tony Colatorti is qualified to run for office and can remain on the ballot.
A disagreement at Huntley's Memorial Day parade will see American Legion Post 673 change how it interacts with political campaigns.
McHenry County Undersheriff Robb Tadelman is squaring off against former police chief and business owner Tony Colatorti in this year's sheriff primary.
If Friday’s decision stands, the June 28 ballot pits Tony Colatorti against fellow Republican Robb Tadelman, the current undersheriff of the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.
A McHenry County electoral board decided in April that Tony Colatorti could stay on the ballot. The objectors are seeking to have a judge overrule that decision.
McHenry County Sheriff candidate Robb Tadelman wrote, "My first priority is to continue the positive improvements to the Sheriff’s Office that have been implemented under Sheriff Bill Prim and build upon those." Read Tadelman's full election questionnaire here.
On addressing crime, McHenry County Sheriff candidate Antonio Colatorti wrote, "I plan to create a multi-jurisdictional task force to combat Chicago criminal enterprises creeping into the county; such as growing auto theft rings, and counterfeit and burglary crews."