Municipal Elections

Town of Normal Municipal Elections are accordance with the rules and regulations of the State of Illinois, State Board of Elections. The Town of Normal elects a President of the Board of Trustees and six (6) Trustees.

Municipal Elections fall in the spring of the year, on odd numbered years. Both the President and Trustees are elected for four (4) year terms. The terms of office for the six (6) Trustees are staggered, with three (3) Trustees being elected every two years.

The inauguration of the newly elected President and Board of Trustees will take place at the first regular meeting of the corporate authorities in the month of May following such elections.

Upcoming Elections

 

APRIL 4, 2017 CONSOLIDATED ELECTION INFORMATION
MAYOR (PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES) AND THREE TOWN TRUSTEES
The positions of Mayor (President of the Board of Trustees) and three Trustees will be elected to the Normal Town Council at the April 4, 2017, consolidated election. The President and Trustees will be elected for four-year terms to expire in 2021. Interested candidates may pick up informational packets, along with the necessary forms, from the office of the City Clerk, Second Floor of the Uptown Station, 11 Uptown Circle, Normal, Illinois, beginning August 30, 2016.

The deadline for filing the petitions for the President and Three Trustees is November 21, 2016, through November 28, 2016.  A primary election will be held on February 28, 2017, if necessary.

TOWN OF NORMAL LIBRARY BOARD
Two (2) six-year term positions and one (1) unexpired two-year term position on the Town of Normal Library Board will be elected on April 4, 2017.  The candidates may pick up informational packets, along with the necessary forms, from the office of the City Clerk, Second Floor of the Uptown Station, 11 Uptown Circle, Normal, Illinois, beginning September 20, 2016. 

The deadline for filing these petitions is December 12, 2016, through December 19, 2016. The six-year terms for Library Board Trustee expire in 2023 and the unexpired two-year term will expire in 2019.