Calendar

Tazewell County Republicans arrange quite a variety of events including breakfasts, parades, social gatherings and, of course, the annual Lincoln Day Dinner.

We encourage everyone to return to this page to ensure you don't miss any of these events.

 

 

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Boynton Township Hall in Delavan, IL

    Boynton Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    6:30 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Kenneth Klokkenga
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Boynton 1 Precinct
    24183 Litwiller Rd
    Delavan, IL 61734

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Boynton Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Boynton Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Pekin Public Library in Pekin, IL

    Pekin Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    6:30 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 6:30 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Jody Baker
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Pekin 20 Precinct
    1407 S 4th St, Pekin
    Pekin, IL 61554

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Assessor**, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    ** Persons nominated for the office of Township Assessor must bring current and valid certifications to the caucus which show the nominee has the required statutory qualifications to be assessor. 35 ILCS 200/2-45

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Pekin Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Pekin Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure Download
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Hopedale Township Building in Hopedale, IL

    Hopedale Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM  – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    David Snider
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Hopedale 1 Precinct
    28301 Lynn Rd
    Minier, IL 61759

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Hopedale Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Hopedale Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Mackinaw Civic Building in Mackinaw, IL

    Mackinaw Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    6:30 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Mike Harris
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Mackinaw Precinct
    808 Park Trail Rd
    Mackinaw, IL 61755

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Mackinaw Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Mackinaw Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Hittle Township Shed in Armington, IL

    Hittle Township Republican Caucus

    6:10 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Les Schmidgall
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Hittle Precinct
    29896 Center Rd
    Armington, IL 61721

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Hittle Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Hittle Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM
    Dillon Township Office in Dillon, IL

    Dillon Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Dean Kaisner
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Dillon 1 Precinct
    19458 Cedar Bluff Rd
    Delavan, IL 61734

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Dillon Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Dillon Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:00 PM

    Cincinnati Township Republican Caucus

    6:00 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    6:30 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 6:30 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Mary Burress
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Cincinnati 4 Precinct
    713 Deerfield Dr
    Pekin, IL 61554

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, Township Assessor**, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    ** Persons nominated for the office of Township Assessor must bring current and valid certifications to the caucus which show the nominee has the required statutory qualifications to be assessor. 35 ILCS 200/2-45

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Cincinnati Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Cincinnati Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:30 PM · 2 rsvps
    Groveland Missionary Church in Groveland, IL

    Groveland Township Republican Caucus

    6:30 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    7:00 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Virg Cihla
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Groveland 8 Precinct
    3601 Eagle Bend
    Pekin, IL 61554

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, Township Assessor**, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    ** Persons nominated for the office of Township Assessor must bring current and valid certifications to the caucus which show the nominee has the required statutory qualifications to be assessor. 35 ILCS 200/2-45

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Groveland Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Groveland Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation - Pastor Tim Classen
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure Download
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:30 PM
    Tremont Community Center in Tremont, IL

    Tremont Township Republican Caucus

    6:30 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    7:00 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Kim Marron
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Tremont 2 Precinct
    417 E South St
    Tremont, IL 61568

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, Township Assessor**, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    ** Persons nominated for the office of Township Assessor must bring current and valid certifications to the caucus which show the nominee has the required statutory qualifications to be assessor. 35 ILCS 200/2-45

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Tremont Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Tremont Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020

  • Tuesday, December 01, 2020 at 06:30 PM
    Deer Creek Township Hall in Deer Creek, IL

    Deer Creek Township Republican Caucus

    6:30 PM – Doors Open - Registration and Affidavit of Voter Attending a Township Caucus
    7:00 PM – Caucus Called to Order*

    * Admission into the caucus requires each person to sign the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus - ISBE form H-1.  All persons properly registered to participate in the caucus, and all qualified individuals standing in line to register at 7:00 p.m., shall be allowed to participate in the caucus.

    The Chairman of the Caucus will be:

    Bob Hofmann
    Republican Precinct Committteeperson for Deer Creek 1 Precinct
    120 Willow Oak Dr
    Morton, IL 61550

    For the April 6, 2021 General Election, Republican nominations for Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway (Road) Commissioner, Township Assessor**, and 4 Township Trustees will be made at the caucus.

    ** Persons nominated for the office of Township Assessor must bring current and valid certifications to the caucus which show the nominee has the required statutory qualifications to be assessor. 35 ILCS 200/2-45

    Qualified Participants Attending the Caucus

    The participant will certify that the participant is a registered voter in Deer Creek Township and that the participant is affiliated with the Republican Party, and the participant is not prohibited from signing this affidavit by any of the reasons listed below; nor will the participant become an independent candidate or a new political party candidate at the upcoming election.

    No participant shall be able to participate or to vote at the Deer Creek Township caucus if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus:

    1. an elected or appointed public official of another established political party;
    2. an elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeperson or representative of the township committeeperson of another established political party;
    3. a judge of election pursuant to Article 13 or 14 of The Election Code for another established political party;
    4. a voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party.

    Signing the Affidavit of Voter Attending Township Caucus is required for admission.

    Agenda

    1. Meeting called to order by the Caucus Chairman
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Invocation
    4. Election of Caucus Secretary
    5. Adoption and/or amendment of Caucus Rules of Procedure
    6. Reading of the Call for the Caucus
    7. Nomination process repeated for each Office
      • Nominations by qualified participants
      • Comments by nominee(s)
      • Voting for caucus nominee(s)
      • Canvassing of ballots by Election Judges if multiple nominees
      • Announcement of results of balloting if multiple nominees
    8. Adjourn

    Social Distancing compliant with the COVID-19 pandemic will be recommended

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-73
    (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.69)

    Tier 3 Mitigation Order

    4.Exemptions.

    a. Free exercise of religion.

    b. Emergency functions.

    c. Governmental functions.  

    d. Election-related functions.  This Executive Order does not apply to activities related to the November 2020 General Election, including the December 14, 2020 meeting of Illinois Presidential Electors as part of the Electoral College. This Executive Order also does not apply to the December 2020 township caucuses and multi-township district caucus, see 60 ILCS 1/45, and municipal caucus, see 10 ILCS 5/10.  Statewide public health-related procedures for the 2020 General Election should be followed for these caucuses as applicable.  See Illinois Department of Public Health’s Guidance for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Election Polling Locations, available at https://www.dph.illinois.gov/2020election .  Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits caucuses from being held virtually, and caucus organizers are encouraged to facilitate virtual attendance, to convene outdoors, and must adhere to all Social Distancing Requirements.

    Issued by the Governor November 18, 2020
    Filed by the Secretary of State November 18, 2020