Who can become a deputy registrar?
- Municipal Clerk or their duly authorized deputies
- Township Clerk or their duly authorized deputies
- Precinct Committeepersons
- Employees of the Secretary of State
- Chief librarian or designated person from any public library
- Principal, or a qualified person designated by the principal, of any high school, elementary school, or vocational school
- President, or qualified person designated by the president, of any university, college, community college, academy or other institution of learning situated within the election jurisdiction
- Elected or appointed official of a labor union or qualified members designated by the official
- Elected or appointed official of a bona fide State civic organization or qualified members designated by the official
- Director of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services or employees designated by the director
- Director of the Illinois Department of Employment Security or employees designated by the Director
- President of any corporation defined by the Business Corporation Act of 1983, or employees designated by the president
The County Clerk may appoint as many additional deputy registrars as deemed necessary. Some appointments shall be from a list of applicants submitted by the Chairmen of the County Central Committee of each political party. This list must be submitted to the County Clerk by November 30 of each year.