Township officials can hold, at the same time, more than one paid elected office at both county and state government.
|Senator William Peterson (R) - Long Grove (retired)|
|Vernon Township Supervisor||$90,000|
|Senator Louis Viverito (D) - Burbank|
|Stickney Township Supervisor||$69,697|
|Senator Maggie Crotty (D) - Oak Forest|
|Bremen Township Part-time Supervisor||$38,227|
|Rep. Ed Sullivan Jr. (R) - Mundelein|
|Fremont Township Assessor||$66,408|
|Rep. Al Riley (D) - Olympia Fields|
|Rich Township Part-time Supervisor||$20,000|
(Source: Chicago Sun-Times)
|Marc Munaretto - McHenry County|
|Paid Algonquin Clerk||$16,592|
|Paid McHenry County Board Member||$24,000|
There is more nepotism in township government than other governments. McHenry County is a prime example. Of the counties seventeen (17) township governments, nepotism exists in thirteen (13) of the seventeen townships.