Former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn will have to convince elections officials that he collected at least 52,533 valid signatures and followed state law to force a measure on to the Nov. 6 ballot that would limit Chicago mayors to two terms in office.

Former Gov. Pat Quinn delivers mayoral term limit petitions signed by more than 86,481 people to Peter Polacek, the managing editor of the City Council Journal. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

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