Missing info doesn’t bar candidates from ballot
A state appeals panel on Tuesday published an opinion finding that five people who ran for office in this spring’s primary election in Franklin Park should have been allowed to remain on the ballot despite one piece of their candidacy paperwork lacking certain details.The panel’s decision, first filed in a Rule 23 order entered on March 31 but published at the request of the candidates’ attorney, found that …
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