Our view: One paid public office is enough
We are in favor of a change in state law that would prevent citizens from holding two paid public offices at the same time.
McHenry County voters will be asked in an advisory referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot whether elected officials in Illinois should continue to be allowed to hold more than one public office at a time.
While the Nov. 6 ballot is advisory only and covers just McHenry County (although the same advisory referendum is on the ballot in DuPage County), perhaps if enough voters answer “no,” a message will be sent to lawmakers in Springfield.
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