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Since the 1950s, Illinois has either required or voluntarily asked its candidates for office to sign a loyalty pledge promising not to advocate to “overthrow of the government of the United States.”

“…that I do not directly or indirectly teach or advocate the overthrow of the government of the United States or of this State or any unlawful charge in the form of the governments thereof by force or any unlawful means,” the form reads.

In the leadup to the 2016 presidential election, then-candidate Donald Trump signed the pledge. Four years later, as prepared for his reelection campaign, he signed the agreement once again.

But as WBEZ/Chicago Sun-Times first reported over the weekend, the former president — who’s been indicted in Washington, DC, and Georgia over his ties to a push to overturn the results of the 2020 election — in 2024, Trump neglected to sign the page when submitting his candidacy forms.

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