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McLean County:
115 E. Washington St.
Bloomington, IL 61701
2018 General Primary - March 20
Petition Filing Dates:
Circulate Candidate Petitions - September 5, 2017 thru December 4, 2018
File Candidate Petitions - November 27 thru December 4, 2017

Candidate's Guide
(click here)
NOTE:  Forms for candidates are not included in Guide
Election and Campaign Finance Calendar (click here)

County Wide Petition Forms (County Clerk, Treasurer, Sheriff) (click here)
County Board Petition Forms (click here)
Precinct Committeeman Petition Forms (click here)

Signature Requirements (for candidates who are planning to run for office in 2018)

McLean County Offices up for election in 2018:

4-Year Term Offices                    Current Incumbent
County Clerk -                                Kathy Michael(R)
County Treasurer -                          Rebecca McNeil(R)
County Sheriff -                              Jon Sandage(R)

County Board Member - District 1 -   Don Cavallini(R)
County Board Member - District 2 -   Jim Soeldner(R)
County Board Member - District 3 -   Randy L. Martin(R)
County Board Member - District 4 -   Mark W. Johnson(R)
County Board Member - District 5 -   David F.W. Selzer(R)
County Board Member - District 6 -   Laurie Wollrab(D)
County Board Member - District 7 -   Rich Buchanan(R)
County Board Member - District 8 -   Paul R. Segobiano(D)
County Board Member - District 9 -   Erik Rankin(D)
County Board Member - District 10 - Chuck Erickson(R)
NOTE ABOUT COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS:  The County Board consists of ten (10) Districts. Each District is served by two (2) Board Members, serving 4-Year terms. Every even-numbered year, one (1) of the Offices in each District is up for election.

2-Year Term Offices
All Precinct Committeemen
Current Precinct Committeemen Directory (Click Here)

Important Information: 

Please note that this site is provided for informational purposes only. Candidates are strongly advised to obtain legal counsel regarding their legal qualifications for office, proper method for completing petition forms with respect to the office, the minimum and maximum number of required signatures, and any other filing requirements.

Additional information may be obtained by calling the McLean County Clerk's Office at 309-888-5899, or by contacting the State Board of Elections at 217-782-4141.