To sign Jessica’s e-petition, all you have to do are these three easy steps (which should only take a minute or two):
1) (optional) If you are not sure, you can verify that you are registered to vote in Jackson County, Illinois.
2) (optional) Review the Rules for Signing Ballot Petitions.
Note that each registered voter in your family can separately click on the above link to e-sign the petition.
Jessica Bradshaw is running for Jackson County Circuit Clerk in the State of Illinois as a Green!
Jessica Bradshaw is serving her second term on the Carbondale City Council, having been first elected in 2013. She is an Office Administrator in the School of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering at Southern Illinois University. She has worked at SIU since 2008. Jessica has been involved in many community organizations, such as neighborhood associations, WDBX, Nonviolent Carbondale, as well as serving as Chair of the Human Relations Commission before being elected to the Council. She is a proud Carbondale Community High School graduate, and is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Administration at SIU.
Jessica needs registered voters who are residents of Jackson County, Illinois, to sign her electronic petition. Due to a recent court order this e-petition can be used instead of a traditional paper ballot petition, because of the restrictions against in-person petitioning under the Governor’s Covid-19 Executive Order.
We can always use help spreading the word or volunteering on the campaign trail! If you’d like to volunteer for or donate to the campaign, please contact Jessica.
Thank you for your continued support!
Jessica Bradshaw, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the District: Jackson County, IL has 59,188 residents. The county contains all or parts of the cities (Ava, Carbondale, Grand Tower, Murphysboro), unincorporated areas (Harrison), and villages (Campbell Hill, De Soto, Dowell, Elkville, Gorham, Makanda, Vergennes).