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2019 School Board Elections

September 18, 2018

School Board Elections


Tuesday, April 2, 2019 is the Consolidated Election where vacant school board seats for District 102 will be on the ballot. Election Day may be a long way off, but now is the time that candidates need to start considering their future plans. 


The Illinois State Board of Elections has established two critical deadlines:

·The first day that candidates can lawfully circulate nominating petitions for signatures is September 18, 2018

·The period for filing nominating papers runs from December 10 through December 17, 2018


Six seats on the seven-member Board of Education for North Pekin-Marquette Heights School Dist. 102 will be filled at the April 2, 2019 election. Three of the six vacancies are for 4-year terms (full terms) which will expire in 2023. The other three vacancies are for 2-years terms to fill the final two years of three, unexpired four year terms. The 2-year terms will expire in 2021.


To be eligible to serve as a school board member, a candidate must be:

-          A US citizen,

-          18 years of age, 

-          a registered voter and

-        and a resident, for at least one year, of the State of Illinois and the North Pekin-Marquette Heights School District. 


Individuals interested in running for a vacant seat on the District 102 Board of Education can obtain a packet online at:




Click on the “School Board Petition Packet” link near the bottom of the page to download the 12-page packet in PDF format.



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