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Ballot Access

Former Illinois Rep. Edward Acevedo and other Democrats seeking local office in Cook County filed a federal lawsuit challenging the requirement that they collect more than 8,000 signatures to get on the ballot, when only 5,000 signatures are needed to run for governor.

CHICAGO – Former Illinois Rep. Edward Acevedo and other Democrats seeking local office in Cook County filed a federal lawsuit challenging the requirement that they collect more than 8,000 signatures to get on the ballot, when only 5,000 signatures are needed to run for governor.

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