(10 ILCS 5/7-43) (from Ch. 46, par. 7-43)
    Sec. 7-43. Every person having resided in this State 6 months and in the precinct 30 days next preceding any primary therein who shall be a citizen of the United States of the age of 18 or more years shall be entitled to vote at such primary.
    The following regulations shall be applicable to primaries:
        No person shall be entitled to vote at a primary:
            (a) Unless he declares his party affiliations as
        
required by this Article.
            (b) (Blank).
            (c) (Blank).
            (c.5) If that person has participated in the town
        
political party caucus, under Section 45-50 of the Township Code, of another political party by signing an affidavit of voters attending the caucus within 45 days before the first day of the calendar month in which the primary is held.
            (d) (Blank).
        In cities, villages and incorporated towns having a
    
board of election commissioners only voters registered as provided by Article 6 of this Act shall be entitled to vote at such primary.
        No person shall be entitled to vote at a primary
    
unless he is registered under the provisions of Articles 4, 5 or 6 of this Act, when his registration is required by any of said Articles to entitle him to vote at the election with reference to which the primary is held.
    A person (i) who filed a statement of candidacy for a partisan office as a qualified primary voter of an established political party or (ii) who voted the ballot of an established political party at a general primary election may not file a statement of candidacy as a candidate of a different established political party or as an independent candidate for a partisan office to be filled at the general election immediately following the general primary for which the person filed the statement or voted the ballot. A person may file a statement of candidacy for a partisan office as a qualified primary voter of an established political party regardless of any prior filing of candidacy for a partisan office or voting the ballot of an established political party at any prior election.
(Source: P.A. 97-681, eff. 3-30-12; 98-463, eff. 8-16-13.)