The Nunda Republican Central Committee would like to thank the following sponsors of our Annual Picnic taking place on August 24th from 11am until 2pm at the Veteran Acres Rotary Pavilion.
Wight & Company
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Bruce Rauner
County Sheriff Candidate Bill Prim
State Senator Pamela J. Althoff
State Senator Dan Duffy
State Representative Barbara Wheeler
State Representative Mike Tryon
State's Attorney Lou Bianchi
Executive Director Geri Davis
County Board Chairwoman Tina Hill
McHenry County Auditor Pamela Palmer
County Treasurer Candidate Glenda Miller
Distrtct 2 County Board Member Donna Kurtz
District 3 County Board Member Joe Gottemoller
District 3 County Board Member Nick Provenzano
Crystal Lake Councilman Jeff Thorsen
Walkup Heritage Farm
Katherine Keefe- Mchenry Court Clerk
The picnic is open to the public. There is no entrance fee however donations are appreciated. For more details, click here.
Crystal Lake, IL- The Nunda Township Republican Central Committee has announced the date for it's Annual Picnic. This years picnic will be held on August 24th, 2013 from 11am until 2pm at the Veteran Acres Rotary Pavilion.
As in years past the event will be well attended by Republican Elected Officials, Candidates and voters. This is an open event and any Republican voters who would like to meet and hear from the party leadership.
There is no cost to attend, however donations will be accepted to help offset the picnic costs and to raise money to support candidates in the November 2014 General Election.
For additional information please email
Click Here to access a copy of the Picnic Flyer.
Check Made out to the Nunda Township Republican Central Committee can be mailed to: 7231 Great Hill Road, Crystal Lake, IL 60012.
Crystal Lake, IL- June 4th, 2013- The Nunda Township Republican Central Committee has announced that they will be hosting Bruce Rauner, Republican Candidate for Illinois Governor, as the guest speaker at their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday June 12th.
The meeting, which is open to Republican voters from Nunda Township and across McHenry County, will be held at American Community Bank located at 1500 S Il Route 31 in McHenry and will start promptly at 7pm.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to give voters to hear from a potential candidate for Illinois Governor,” said Nunda Republican Chairman Mark Daniel, “we are expecting that this will not be the last potential Governor candidate to visit us prior to the March 2013 primaries.”
Vice Chairman Mike Shorten added, “ I've heard from many Republicans in the Township and they are adamant that we need a dramatic change in Springfield, so we are looking forward to giving voters an opportunity to hear directly from candidates.”
The Nunda Township Republican Central Committee is an elected and appointed group of Precinct Committeemen who are committed to promoting Republican candidates and principals in Nunda Township. Additional information about the organization including how to become more involved can be found at nundagop.org. Additional information about Bruce Rauner and his candidacy can be found at brucerauner.com.
Crystal Lake, IL- January 30, 213: The Nunda Township Republicans have announced that they will be hosting a Candidate Forum on Wednesday February 13th starting at 7pm. The forum will be held at the American Community Bank located at 1500 S IL Route 31 in McHenry. Doors to the facility will open at 6:45pm.
Candidates running for the Republican nomination at the February primaries have been invited to attend including those in the contested races for Nunda Township Supervisor, Highway Commissioner and Clerk. A question and answer session will be held for candidates running in the contested races and candidates running unopposed for trustee will have an opportunity to introduce themselves to voters.
Voters have an opportunity to submit questions for the forum at the organizations website, nundagop.org.
In relaying his excitement about the event, Nunda Republican Chairman Mark Daniel said, “This is the second forum that we will have hosted and we know that Republican Voters in Nunda are eager to hear from those that wish to serve in Township offices.”
Vice Chairman Mike Shorten added, “We feel that in order to make sure that we are putting forth the best candidates I feel that it’s our obligation to give the voters the opportunity to hear from all candidates before casting their vote.”
Attendees should note that due to security requirements doors to the facility will be locked at 7:10pm and no further admittance will be permitted after that time.
The Nunda Township Republican Central Committee is a group of elected and appointed Precinct Committeemen who act as the Grassroots organization for the Republican Party in Nunda Township. Any Republican who would like to become active with the Republican Party is encouraged to attend the NTRCC regular meetings. For additional details please visit nundagop.org.
Prairie Grove, IL February 1, 2012: Brent Smith, Chairman of the Nunda Township Republican Central Committee (NTRCC) has announced that the Nunda Republicans will be hosting a Candidate Forum on February 13th starting at 6:30pm. The forum is being held at the Prairie Isle Golf Course Clubhouse located at 2216 Route 176 in Prairie Grove, IL. Doors will open at 6:00pm.
Candidates from the County to the US Congressional level have been invited to attend. A question and answer session will be held for candidates running for McHenry County Board in the 3rd District and for State Representative Candidates in the 52nd District. Written questions can be submitted for the candidates in advance at nundagop.org or the at the forum.
“We are proud to give Republican Voters in Nunda Township an opportunity to hear from their Republican Candidates,” said NTRCC Chairman Brent Smith.
Following the forum there will be a meet and greet, which will provide voters an additional opportunity to ask questions of the candidates. “While we know that the candidates are working hard knocking on doors, this is a great opportunity for voters to speak with all of the Republican Candidates.” Said NTRCC Secretary Mike Shorten.
NTRCC Treasurer Mark Daniel explained that “this is a great way for our organization to make sure that Republicans across the Township are able to connect with the people that they will be choosing to represent them on the ballot in November.”
The Nunda Township Republican Central Committee is a group of 29 elected and appointed Precinct Committeemen who act as the Grassroots organization for the Republican Party in Nunda Township. Any Republican who would like to become active with the Republican Party is encouraged to attend the NTRCC regular meetings. For additional details please visit nundagop.org.
Prairie Grove, IL- December 6th, 2011 Nunda Township Trustee Joni Smith and her family have taken up a personal mission to make sure that all children in Nunda Township have a present from Santa underneath their tree this year and they are seeking help from the local community to make Christmas wishes come true.
Working off a list that provides only the ages gender of kids in Nunda Township who's families are struggling to keep food on their table as well as the heat and lights on in their homes, Smith who is also a Precinct Committeewoman, her husband, Nunda Republican Chairman Brent and their children Zach, Chelsi, Krista and Derreck are working to collect gifts; however they have been overwhelmed by the number of needy families.
“There are 102 children in Nunda Township who's families are clearly struggling to get by. Oddly enough there are equally 51 boys and 51 girls who's ages range from 7 months to 18 years of age,” Joni said. “My family and I have collected just about 30 items so far, but we have a long way to go in a very short time to collect the entire 102 gifts for these children.”
Working in cooperation with the Nunda Supervisor’s office, Smith said that she will not know which families will be receiving the gifts, “Even though we will not see who is enjoying our gifts we can all take a moment on Christmas day to know that a child in Nunda Township who has no control over the economy or what has been dealt to them can have a moment of joy knowing Santa Clause made it to their house this year.”
Anyone who would like to help can contact Joni Smith via cell phone at 815-245-0836 to arrange for pick up unwrapped gifts for a boy or girl between the ages of 7 months and 18 by December 15th.