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MARCH 19, 2024 GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION
ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS PUBLICATIONS
CANDIDATE NOMINATING PETITION PACKETS
Filing period for petitions is November 27 – December 4, 2023. (10 ILCS 5/7-12)
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For a list of Election Day Polling Places that includes “Campaign Free” property:
Designated Campaign Free Polls
Please see the following documents for political sign regulations:
Objecting to Nominating Petitions
Nomination papers shall be deemed to be valid unless objections are filed in writing (an original and two copies). Objections to petitions of candidates for County-Wide Offices, County Board Members, Precinct Committeemen, School Board Members and Regional Office of Education are to be filed with the County Clerk. All other objections should be filed with the same office that the nominating petitions were filed. Objections are to be filed within five business days after the last day for the filing of nomination papers. It is suggested that you check with the appropriate office as to the deadline, as Holiday hours are taken into consideration in determining the deadline.
For more information concerning the Objection Process: Objection Information
Withdrawal of Candidacy
Per State Statute 10ILCS 5/10-7: Any person whose name has been presented as a candidate, including nonpartisan and independent candidates, may cause their name to be withdrawn from any such nomination by a request in writing. The request should be received not later than the date for certification of candidates for the ballot. The following form should be used for this purpose and filed with the office where the original nominating petitions were filed.
The following link will provide Candidates with information on campaign disclosure: