Klemm wins in Algonquin; Nunda supervisor, highway commissioner races close
WOODSTOCK – Early voters and absentee ballots proved to make the difference in Republican primary elections in Nunda, Algonquin and Dorr townships.
In some races, candidates said it was too close to call.
Turnout was predictably low for Tuesday’s election, and the snowstorm wasn’t the only thing keeping voters at bay. There simply wasn’t enough excitement for a primary featuring only four township governments, the McHenry County clerk said.
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