Welcome to the website of Donna Kurtz, McHenry County Board Member!

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

        Below is my announcement for re-election to the McHenry County Board.  I look forward to seeing you on the “campaign trail” as I gather the necessary signatures for getting on the ballot for the March 18, 2014 primary.

     Sincerely Yours,




Donna Kurtz Announces Her Re-Election Bid for McHenry County Board - District 2

 

CRYSTAL LAKE, IL – Donna Kurtz, R-Crystal Lake, is announcing that she will seek re-election to the McHenry County Board. Since taking her County Board seat representing District 2 in November, 2009, she has diligently worked to represent her constituents as well as the concerns for all the people of McHenry County.  District 2 consists of most of Crystal Lake and Lakewood, as well as a large part of LITH, and a precinct in Cary.


In her capacity as a County Board member Kurtz currently serves as the Chairman for Public Health and Human Services and as the Vice-Chair for Finance and Audit.  She has led efforts for government oversight & spending reform, Crystal Lake Watershed protection, and County Board rules reform, such as requiring chairman term limits.  As a fiscal conservative Kurtz has also challenged government status quo spending of numerous capital expenditures as well as employee raises; and opposes a county government tax levy increase.   


Kurtz states, “My goal from the very beginning has been to strategically balance the county’s future needs, in conjunction with the current needs and directions established by the community.  I think that is the right approach in order to champion a McHenry County that remains beautiful, productive, and economically vibrant”.


Kurtz adds, “There is still much work yet to do in order to promote government responsiveness, transparency, fiscal responsibility, and protection of the watershed and our groundwater.  That is why I will be seeking another term, and asking the people of District 2 once again for their support”.


For more information, please contact Donna Kurtz at (815) 353-5972, donna_m_kurtz@yahoo.com, or visit www.donnakurtz.com