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MARION: Ten turn in city election packets Monday morning

Petitioners

John Monroe Barwick for commissioner, Jim Webb currently city police commissioner running for re-election, John Stoecklin for commissioner , Mike Absher running for mayor, mayor Anthony Rinella for re-election, and Andrew Dennis Ball running for mayor.

Posted by on Monday, December 10th, 2018 @ 2:56 pm.

Petitioners from left to right: Don Holman running for city commissioner, Jason Powell running for city commissioner, Attorney Dick Sanders supporting 
candidate Steven Lore, Doug Patton current city commissioner running for re-election and Steven Lore running for commissioner 

MARION, Ill. - Ten people lined up at Marion city hall this morning (Monday December 10) to turn in their packets at 8 a.m., seven for city council and three for mayor.

Today is the first day packets were eligible with the last day being December 17 at 5 p.m.

Packets turned in that day between 4 and 5 will be considered 5 pm. Sometime after that date a lottery will be held to see whose names will appear on the ballots first.

Mayor Anthony Rinella was first in line at 5:50 a.m. as shown in the photo below.

John Monroe Barwick for commissioner, Jim Webb currently city police commissioner running for re-election, John Stoecklin for commissioner, Mike Absher running for mayor, mayor Anthony Rinella for re-election, and Andrew Dennis Ball running for mayor.

 

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