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Campaign season starts for local elections

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The General Election is still two months away, but local candidates are already looking to the next election. Campaign season has started for the Municipal Elections April 2nd, 2019. These races will determine who sits on the city councils and village boards, as well as determining the mayor or village president. There may also be ballot propositions dealing with specific questions for the area.

Interested candidates must file their petitions with the Springfield City Clerk between November 19 – 26, 2018.

To learn more about the 2019 Municipal Election and how to get on the ballot, check out the 2019 Election Packet. This packet has information on how many signatures a candidate needs, residency requirements, and important dates for campaigns. However, it is not a substitute for competent legal counsel.

For more information about the upcoming elections, check out the County Clerk’s website or the Springfield City Clerk’s website.

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