Filing Problems with New Precinct Numbers, Declaration of Write-In Candidacy

At least two prominent Republicans had their Precinct Committeeperson petitions rejected by the County Clerk’s office.

CORRECTION: The Clerk’s Office tells me that the petitions were not rejected, but that discrepancies pointed out led to the petitiopns not being filed.

With all the consolidation and splitting of precincts, a couple veteran members of the Republican Central Committee passed petitions with the wrong numbers on them.

The result?

If they (or others who would like to be part of the official power structure of McHenry County) want to be on the Central Committee, they will have to run write-in campaigns.

First, such folks will have to file a Declaration of Candidacy by April 28th.

Declaration of Write-In Canddacy form.

Then, they will hace to convince seven people to write their names in.


Comments

Filing Problems with New Precinct Numbers, Declaration of Write-In Candidacy — 5 Comments

  1. Who were these morons?

    Its a pretty simple matter to check the maps which are published, or, if in doubt, to ask of the Clerk’s office in which new precinct your house is located.

    If you can’t even do that, you probably should not be a PC.

  2. **At least two prominent Republicans had their Precinct Committeeperson petitions rejected by the County Clerk’s office.**

    Who?

  3. Who gave the transsexual Clerk the power to ax petitions without due process?

  4. 1. Skinwalker, don’t confuse Joe Tirio the COUNTY Clerk, with Dan(ielle) Aylward the trannie Clerk of McHenry Township.

    2. Nobody gave Joe Tirio the right to refuse to accept petitions.

    3. This is just another way the bureaucrats game the system to keep conservatives off the ballot.

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