Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 9:26 am (Updated: January 13, 9:26 am)
A municipal electoral board in St. Elmo will rule Friday on whether two candidates for alderman seats will be allowed to stay on the April ballot.
Larry Tish, St. Elmo's mayor and the chairman of the electoral board, made that announcement at the conclusion of a hearing on Wednesday evening that lasted about an hour.
At issue are objections filed to nominating petitions filed by incumbent Aldermen Lloyd Carson and Jayson Porter.
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