The bill also changes ‘congressman’ to ‘congressperson’
By Audrey Conklin
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday signed a bill to change “alderman,” a word for elected district officials in the state, to “alderperson.”
The Democratic legislation first introduced in February primarily amends the state’s election code to delay the 2022 Illinois primary until June.
Provisions mentioned toward the end of the bill, however, include the change from “alderman” to “alderperson” and “congressman” to “congressperson.”
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