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Candidates in five districts, including those serving Frankfort and Mokena, were knocked off the ballot in July after officials said they violated election codes. The state appellate court could rule this week, the Chicago Tribune reports.
- Joe Vince
Thursday, September 6, 2012
A state appeals judge could rule this week on the case of six Democratic candidates for Will County Board who were removed from November's ballot, the Chicago Tribune reports. The candidates were knocked off the ballot in late July after the Will County Electoral Board ruled that party leaders did not give proper notice for a meeting where the candidates were nominated. A Will County Circuit Court judge upheld that ruling in August, the report stated. READ: Dems Booted From Will County Board Ballot Candidates who were removed include Mario Carlasare, of Frankfort, who was running in District 2; and Santino Lettieiri and John Sanchez, both of Mokena, who were running in District 12. If the candidates remain off the ballot, many Republican …