Clerk says Schaumburg mayoral challenger didn't file enough signatures, other required documents

The end of candidate filing for the Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates and Palatine village board races Monday determined none will require a Feb. 28 prim...

November 29, 2022
5:40 AM

The end of candidate filing for the Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates and Palatine village board races Monday determined none will require a Feb. 28 primary, but only Palatine is unquestionably free of a contested April 4 election as well.Frequent candidate William Olson filed the sole challenge to Schaumburg Mayor Tom Dailly's reelection bid, but his nominating petition includes only 32 signatures, well short of the 83 needed, Village Clerk Marilyn Karr said.Olson also failed to file other required documents, including a statement of economic interest that helps determine when an elected official might face a conflict of interest, Karr added.

Eric Peterson