McHenry County Building and Construction Trades Council Endorses Carlos Acosta
McHenry County Building and Construction Trades Council has endorsed Carlos’s campaign for McHenry County Board District 5!
Brian Sager Endorses Carlos Acosta
Mayor of Woodstock, Dr. Brian Sager, has endorsed Carlos’s campaign for McHenry County Board District 5!
McHenry County Board hopefuls focus on economic growth
Attracting economic growth a unifying front in November race. “Democratic candidate Carlos Acosta said a key to driving businesses to open in McHenry County is intense investment in infrastructure.”
Democratic Party of McHenry County Helps Out
Great grassroots effort to get the door hangers ready to place in precincts effected by polling consolidation. Photo courtesy of Kristina Zahorik State Central Committeewoman
Union activists, political candidates gather on Woodstock Square for Labor Day rally
Carlos in the NWHerald: “In response to flyers the Illinois Policy Institute sent out after the Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 ruling showing employees how to opt out of a union, Acosta stated that he was never going to quit his union. He then encouraged chants of “I will never quit my union” by audience members, which could be heard throughout the Pour House.”
Voter Suppression Response Team
Round 1! We are hoping to get the word out about polling places that have changes. It's important for everyone to know where to go to vote on election day! We are doing our part.
McHenry County primed for several contested primary races
Carlos Acosta, D-Woodstock, is running for a District 5 spot. A successful election would make him the first Hispanic elected to the County Board. But that fact does not cloud his vision, he said.
McHenry County Board Insider: Can the Democrats Win Any Seats?
History tells us the Democratic Party has made few inroads in this very Republican county – but Democrats on the ground here believe the party has a chance to take up a nice chunk of real estate on the McHenry County Board next year.
Woodstock candlelight vigil shows disapproval of immigrants being held in McHenry County Jail
Under a picnic shelter at Bates Park, the glow of flashlights and candles not only illuminated the faces of those who attended a prayer vigil Sunday, they also shed a light on the defiance of injustice, community support and hope of those who chose to stand with and for the threatened “Dreamers” of the U.S.