Nepotism alleged in Grafton Township ahead of today's election
HUNTLEY – Grafton Township Assessor Bill Ottley was faced with a litany of criticisms, including using his public office to employ family members, only days after returning to the campaign trail from a broken hip.
Some residents in four McHenry County townships will head to the polls today to vote in Republican primary contests in Grafton, Nunda, Algonquin and Dorr Townships. The general election, which will include municipalities, school boards and other elected positions, is April 9.
Al Zielinski, Ottley’s first primary challenger since taking office in 1990, charged the longtime incumbent with nepotism late last week by providing local media outlets with payroll data obtained through the Illinois Freedom of Information Act.
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