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10 ILCS 5/4-11
(10 ILCS 5/4-11)
(from Ch. 46, par. 4-11)
At least 2 weeks prior to the general November election in
each even numbered year and the consolidated election in
year the county clerk shall cause a list to be made for each precinct of
all names upon the registration record cards not marked or erased, in
order, with the address, provided, that such list may be arranged
by street and number, in numerical order, with respect to all precincts
in which all, or substantially all residences of voters therein shall be
located upon and numbered along streets, avenues, courts, or other highways
which are either named or numbered, upon direction either of the county
board or of the circuit court. On the list, the county clerk shall indicate,
by italics, asterisk, or other means, the names of all persons who have
registered since the last regularly scheduled election in the consolidated
schedule of elections established in Section 2A-1.1 of this Act. The county
clerk shall cause such precinct lists to be printed
or typed in sufficient numbers to meet all reasonable demands, and
upon application a copy of the same shall be given to any person applying
therefor. By such time, the county clerk shall give the precinct lists
to the chair of a county central committee of an established political
party, as such party is defined in Section 10-2 of this Act, or to the chair's
duly authorized representative. Within 30 days of the effective date of
this Amendatory Act of 1983, the county clerk shall give the precinct lists
compiled prior to the general November election of 1982 to the chair
of county central committee of an established political party or to the chair's
duly authorized representative.
Prior to the opening of the polls for other elections, the county clerk
shall transmit or deliver to the judges of election of each polling place
a corrected list of registered voters in the precinct, or the names of persons
added to and erased or withdrawn from the list for such precinct. At other
times such list, currently corrected, shall be kept available for public
inspection in the office of the county clerk.
Within 60 days after each general election the county
clerk shall indicate by italics, asterisk, or other means, on the list of
registered voters in each precinct, each registrant who voted at that general
election, and shall provide a copy of such list to the chair of the county
central committee of each established political party or to the chair's
duly authorized representative.
Within 60 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1983, the
county clerk shall indicate by italics, asterisk, or other means, on the
list of registered voters in each precinct, each registrant who voted at
the general election of 1982, and shall provide a copy of such coded list
to the chair
of the county central committee of each established political party or to
the chair's duly authorized representative.
The county clerk may charge a fee to reimburse the actual
cost of duplicating
each copy of a list provided under either of the 2 preceding paragraphs.
(Source: P.A. 100-1027, eff. 1-1-19