- All eight objections have been heard, except for the two filed against Janice V. Thomas, who defaulted (which we guess means didn't defend herself at her hearings).
- The other six are in waiting for the recommendations of Hearing Officer William J. Cadigan, a health care/corporate sole practitioner who's a former Assistant State's Attorney and former Congressional aide.
- One more to be heard, on Wednesday, John Tuttle's objections to Tom Jacks's petitions.
- Alice Coffey, who filed objections against Tom O'Donnell and Tom Jacks, withdrew her objections.
- The Board of Elections overruled Tom Jacks's objection to Tom O'Donnell, so O'Donnell's definitely on the ballot.
- Tuttle's objections to Matt Reichel's nominating petitions are waiting for a recommendation by Hearing Officer Mario Correa, who's hearing all the cases in the 47th Ward. He's a corporate sole practitioner and former president of the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce.