As a service to Republicans candidates who need nominating petition signatures to run for offices representing citizens of Tazewell County, we are providing blank nominating petitions for anyone who wishes to circulate those petitions.
- Tazewell County Board Chairman - J. David Zimmerman
- Tazewell County Coroner - James Jeff Baldi
- Tazewell County State's Attorney - Stewart J. Umholtz Instructions
- 44th District Illinois Senator - Bill Brady Instructions
- 87th District Illinois Representative - Tim Butler
- 88th District Illinois Representative - Keith P. Sommer
- 91st District Illinois Representative - Michael D. Unes
- Illinois Comptroller - Leslie G. Munger
- United States Congress - 18th District - Darin LaHood Instructions
- United States Senate - Mark Kirk
- United States Senate - James Marter
- United States President Delegates - 17th District - Ben Carson
- United States President Delegates - 17th District - John Kasich Instructions
- United States President Delegates - 17th District - Marco Rubio Instructions
- United States President Delegates - 18th District - Jeb Bush
- United States President Delegates - 18th District - Ben Carson
- United States President Delegates - 18th District - Ted Cruz
- United States President Delegates - 18th District - John Kasich Instructions
- United States President Delegates - 18th District - Marco Rubio Instructions
- United States Presidential Preference - Jeb Bush
- United States Presidential Preference - Ted Cruz
- United States Presidential Preference - John Kasich Instructions
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CIRCULATORS OF NOMINATING PETITIONS
- Circulators MUST be 18 years of age or older and citizens of the United States.
- All signers, but NOT circulators, MUST be registered to vote at the address of their residence in the State of Illinois.
- Circulators MAY NOT circulate petitions for more than one political party.
- Circulators MAY 8sign only one petition they circulate for each candidate.
- Circulators MUST personally appear and sign the circulator’s oath and a notary seal stamped on the petition by a notary public licensed in Illinois. Most banks and public libraries will notarize a petition free of charge.
- Petitions with fewer than ten (10) voter signatures count. If you are not able to fill the petition, you should still send in the partially filled petition. Each signature counts towards the required amount.
- Blank spaces in the circulator’s affidavit SHOULD be completed with the exception of the page number. DO NOT NUMBER THE PETITION SHEETS.
Unless otherwise noted in the candidate's instructions, the original copy of notarized petition should be mailed or delivered to:
Please return petitions as soon as completed but no later than November 16, 2015.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SIGNERS OF NOMINATING PETITIONS
- Signers must live and be registered to vote in the State of Illinois.
- Signers may not sign petitions for more than one political party.
- Signers may sign petitions for more than one Republican candidate.
- Petition signers do not need to have voted in a previous Republican Primary to be eligible to sign the petition.
- All petition signers must sign in the presence of the circulator.
- Petition signers may not sign the petition more than once.
- Petition signers must sign only for themselves. They may not sign for spouses, family members or others.
- Petition signers should sign their names as listed on their voter’s registration card. For example, “William E. Jones” not “Bill Jones”.
- The petition signers should sign their in the “SIGNATURE” column and print their names in the “PRINTED” column.
- Do not use ditto (“ ”) marks for any part of an address.
If you have any questions, please call Mary Burress at (309) 241-7563