Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Illinois Board of Elections to Conduct Eligibility Hearing on Obama

Newswire - The State of Illinois will conduct an eligibility hearing on February 2nd, to hear evidence that Barack Hussein Obama is not qualified to be placed on the ballot for the Presidential election of 2012.

Illinois Board of Elections to hear Obama Eligibility Cases Feb. 2
Obama Ballot Challenge

The Illinois State Board of Elections will conduct a SPECIAL Board Meeting on Thursday, February 2, 2012.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. in the Board’s conference room 14-100 in the James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL and via video conference at the Board’s principal office located at 1020 S. Spring St., Springfield, IL. Admittance to the 14th floor of the Thompson Center requires security screening and production of a government issued identification.

The State Board of Elections will convene to consider the candidate withdrawal of Alan Nudo - 52nd Senate District following certification.

The State Officers Electoral Board will also consider the following objections to candidate nominating petitions for the March 20, 2012 General Primary Election:

a) Brimm v. Newman, 12SOEBGP102;
b) Freeman v. Obama, 12SOEBGP103;
c) Jackson v. Obama, 12SOEBGP104;
d) Petzel v. Ritter, 12SOEBGP522;
e) Rodriguez v. Rutagawibira, 12SOEBGP523;
f) Coyle/Bigger v. Miller, 12SOEBGP524;
g) Schaeflin/Brezinski v. Cunningham, 12SOEBGP525;
h) Billerman/Pettlon v. Harris, 12SOEBGP526;
i) Cunningham v. Biggert, 12SOEBGP527;
j) Cunningham v. Harris, 12SOEBGP528;
k) Sutton v. Baker, et al,. 12SOEBGP501.

The State Officers Electoral Board will also consider objections wherein the objection was withdrawn in the matter of Meroni, et al. v. Obama 12SOEBGP500.

The State Officer’s Electoral Board will recess to the State Board of Elections and may address other matters as needed and/or recess into executive session to consider litigation and/or personnel matters.

By:  Newswire

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