Plainfield Township Democratic Caucus

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Plainfield Township Democrats Meeting in Caucus on December 4th

The Plainfield Township Democrats will meet in Caucus on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 7:00 pm. Registration begins at 6:30pm. Caucus attendees must be seated at opening of the Caucus.

Caucus Location: Plainfield Academy 23930 W Lockport St, Plainfield, IL 60544. Caucus will be held in the school gymnasium.  

Here is a link to the location: http://mapq.st/UDF7KS

Plainfield Township Democratic Caucus attendees are Democratic voter resident of Plainfield Township. All attendees must sign an affidavit attesting they are eligible electors. Attendees will nominate and select the Democratic Slate of Candidates for the April 9, 2012 Consolidated Election.

Information on eligibility and the Caucus process may be found in the Illinois Revised Statutes under Township Government.

Nominations will be accepted for the following: Township Supervisor, Township Clerk, Township Highway Commissioner, Township Assessor (must be accredited and have proof of accreditation), Township Trustee (all “4” Trustee positions are open) and Township Tax Collector

For information, please contact Plainfield Township Democratic Organization Chairman, Mike Keniley at plfdpct3@gmail.com

Mike Keniley December 04, 2012 at 01:42 PM
Township Caucus: Attendees are the registered voters of the Township. The Attendees of the Party Township Caucus select those who will represent his or her political party as a Township Candidate in the upcoming April 9th, 2013 Consolidated Election. Caucus electors sign an affidavit that he or she is a registered voter and affiliated with an established political party of Plainfield Township. Qualified individuals participating at a political party’s caucus shall: Be registered voters within the township -- Not take part in the proceedings of more than one established political party township caucus for the same election -- Be precluded from becoming an independent candidate or candidates for a new political party for the same election, or signing petitions for an independent or new political party candidate for the same election.
Mike Keniley December 04, 2012 at 01:42 PM
Township Caucus (continued) No person may participate at a township caucus of an established political party if such person is or was at any time during the twelve months prior to the caucus: An elected or appointed public official of another established political party -- An elected or appointed officer, director, precinct committeeman or representative of the township committeeman of another established political party -- A judge of election appointed for another established political party pursuant to Articles 13 or 14 of the Election Code -- A voter who voted in the primary election of another statewide established political party different from the party holding the caucus (e.g., a voter who cast a Republican ballot at the March 2012 General Primary Election cannot participate in a Democratic caucus in December 2012).


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