Our Illinois county has a long heritage of Republican leaders on the local, Illinois and federal levels of government who have been committed to accountable, limited, and loyally constitutional government.
Early Voting and Vote By Mail
Voters can absentee vote in two ways. One is Early Voting and the other is Vote By Mail.
Early Voting is available from Thursday September 27 through Monday November 5. Voting at the Tazewell County Clerk's office is available during normal work hours, with extra hours and weekend voting near election day. Also temporary sites will be open on specific dates between Monday October 8 and Sunday October 14. For the complete schedule of the Clerk's hours and the temporary sites:
Vote By Mail applications can be received by the Tazewell County Clerk's office until Thursday November 1. Applications can be submitted online or by mail.
When the application is processed, a vote by mail package will be mailed to the voter. If completed ballots are mailed, they must be postmarked by November 6, Election Day. Optionally, completed ballots can be delivered to the Tazewell County Clerk's office by November 6, Election Day.
In this crucial election, Early Voting and Vote By Mail enable more conservatives to ensure that their votes are counted.
Remembering Wayne Sutherland
"I remember Wayne as being very a conservative Republican and a good Precinct Committeeman. He was active in getting people registered and working with students at Tremont High School. Wayne struggled with some health problems but stepped up to pull our Trolley float in many our parades. I have good memories of meeting Wayne at the garage and helping hookup the trolley. Wayne was always concerned about the safety of those riding on the Trolley. I shall miss him and his dry sense of humor, RIP my friend it was a privilege to know and work with you."
Chairman Emeritus Tazewell County GOP
2019 Lincoln Day Dinner
We are excited to announce the Tazewell County Republicans will host Lt. Col. Oliver North, President of the National Rifle Association, at our next Lincoln Day Dinner on April 12th, 2019.
The Tazewell County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner is our major fundraiser of the year and this will undoubtedly be a sold out event! Lt. Col. North's inspiring message along with the silent and live auctions planned for the evening will be remembered for years to come and will be a gala you will not want to miss.
2018 Tazewell County Veteran of the Year
The 2018 Tazewell County Veteran of the Year is James Vernon. At the annual Veterans' Breakfast at the Knights of Columbus, James was recognized for his act of heroism during an attack at the Morton Public Library on October 12, 2015. Chairman Jim Rule, a U. S. Navy veteran, explained that veterans embraced a "Code" during their service that explains why many veterans continue service to their community and country long after the end of active duty. James is an exemplary example of this continuing service.
William Atkins for County Board District 3
The Tazewell County Republican Party announced today the selection by the elected
Republican Precinct Committeemen in Tazewell County District Three of William “Bill” Atkins of
Washington for the open Republican Party nomination for the upcoming November 6th, 2018,
General Election. Atkins will join Republican incumbent Seth Mingus and Gregory Longfellow to
challenge Democrat Mathew Ward for the three Tazewell County Board District Three seats
4/18/18 - At the Biennial County Convention, the Precinct Committeemen elected Jim Rule as the Chairman of the Tazewell County Republican Central Committee.
Tazewell County Candidates for November Election
Congratulations to the Tazewell County Republican primary election winners. We had many hard fought battles and we applaud all who ran for the opportunity to serve the citizens of this great county.
Now, as we look ahead and plan for the November general elections, we must bolster the victorious candidates with our support. Placing our Republican candidates into elected office is of the greatest importance and we must all unite in this effort.
|DARIN LaHOOD||CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 18|
|BILL BRADY||STATE SENATE DISTRICT 44|
|TIM BUTLER||STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 87|
|KEITH P. SOMMER||STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 88|
|MICHAEL D. UNES||STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 91|
|JOHN C. ACKERMAN||COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER|
|MARY J. BURRESS||COUNTY TREASURER|
|JEFFREY J. LOWER||SHERIFF|
|CHARLES "CHARLIE" HANLEY||CORONER|
|PATRICK DURLEY||REG'L SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHLS (MASON-TAZEWELL-WOODFORD)|
|JAY HALL||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 1|
|GREG MENOLD||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2|
|G. NICK GRAFF||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2|
|BRANDON C. HOVEY||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2|
|WILLIAM "BILL" ATKINS||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 3|
|SETH D. MINGUS||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 3|
|GREGORY A. LONGFELLOW||COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 3|
Congressman Bob Michel
Words cannot express the deep sorrow felt by Tazewell County Republicans at the loss of our great leader Bob Michel. His decades of service to our country make us proud to say we know him and we will always remember his many accomplishments. He truly had a way about him that gave you confidence in our government, you just knew all was well.
In our eyes, Bob Michel will always be our Hall of Fame Statesmen and Congressman who will live on forever.
On behalf of Tazewell County I want to extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family of Bob Michel in their time of great sorrow.
Tazewell County Chairman
Rep. Darin LaHood's Statement On the Passing of Bob Michel
President-Elect Donald J. Trump
Election Day 2016 was historic! Congratulations to all who helped make this happen.
49th Lincoln Day Dinner
On March 4, the Tazewell County Republicans hosted the 49th Lincoln Day Dinner at Embassy Suites East Peoria Riverfront Hotel & Conference Center