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Illinois Statutes Chapter 10. Elections § 5/24A-18. Specimen ballot labels; publication

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§ 24A-18. When an electronic voting system is used, the election authority shall cause to be published, at least 5 days before the day of each general and general primary election, in 2 or more newspapers published in and having a general circulation in the county, a true and legible copy of the specimen ballot label containing the names of offices and candidates and statements of measures to be voted on, as near as may be, in the form in which they will appear on the official ballot label on election day. Such true legible copy may be in the form of an actual size ballot label booklet and shall be published as required by this section if distributed in 2 or more newspapers published in and having a general circulation in the county as an insert thereto. For each election prescribed in Article 2A of this Code, such specimen ballots shall be made available for public distribution and shall be supplied to the judges of election for posting in the polling place on the day of election. Notice for the nonpartisan and consolidated elections shall be given as provided in Article 12.

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