Friday, October 25, 2013

Meet Bill Prim - McHenry County's next Sheriff



If you aren't involved yet in the campaign for Bill Prim for Sheriff, now is the time.

Bill's campaign workers are collecting signatures for his place on the ballot in the March 2014 Primary Election. This is a good time to learn about Bill and his campaign, and it's a good time to meet him.

Bill's next fundraiser is scheduled for Thursday, November 21, and the invited presenter is Paul Scharff, author of Murder in McHenry. Paul will be coming in from his home in the southwestern part of the U.S. to speak at Bill's fundraiser.

The event will be from 6:00-8:00PM at Marzano's, 1501 Route 31, McHenry. The donation for the event is $35.00, and you can purchase a copy of Paul's book and get him to sign it for you there.

Imagine going to meet the other Republican candidate. Then imagine meeting Bill. The two experiences will be wildly different.

Bill doesn't bring with him the baggage that is currently burying McHenry County Sheriff's Department. What is needed are a fresh face and a new attitude at 2200 N. Seminary Ave.. in Woodstock. The "good old boy" network needs to be kicked down the road.

What else needs to go down the road? Far down the road?

The clique.
The In-crowd.
The favoritism.
The fear of expressing an opinion contrary to the big guy in the corner office.

If you meet Bill and spend a few minutes with you, you'll know right away that you'll want to vote for him on March 18, 2014. For more information, visit www.primforsheriff.org

3 comments:

bill Matteson said...

Right on Gus,I met him and I'm voting for him

Joe Rosner said...

Bill was "The Right Man at The Right Time" to have stopped beatings of handcuffed prisoners, fabrication of evidence, lying under oath and other police misconduct, by his subordinate officers. He was there, he knew, and he failed to act. This is not guessing or spinning; these are the cold hard facts in numerous official documents.

Big Daddy said...

Gus, I have worked with Bill on several projects over the years. He is a fine man and would make an outstanding Sheriff out in your neck of the woods.