(60 ILCS 1/50-30)
Referendum to discontinue office of township collector.
(a) Each county under township organization having a population of more
than 100,000 according to the last preceding federal census (except Cook
County) in which township collectors were elected for the townships of the
county in the year 1937, and counties under township government that have by
referendum under Section 50-25 provided for the election of township
collectors, may at a regular election submit to a further referendum the
question of discontinuing the office of township collector in the county
in the manner provided in this Section.
(b) Whenever a petition, signed by at least 10% of the total number of
voters at the last general election at which any county officer was elected and
requesting submission to the voters of the county of the proposition of
discontinuing the office of the township collector in the county, is filed with
the county clerk not less than 78 days before a regular election, the county
clerk shall submit the proposition in accordance with the general election law.
The proposition shall be in substantially the following form:
Shall the office of township collector be