Former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's petition drive to create term limits for Chicago's mayor and establish an independent consumer advocate in the city failed to gain enough signatures for the November ballot.
Quinn says he will continue the petition drive, which he began in June, in hopes of putting the questions to voters in 2018.
The former Illinois governor has reportedly collected 20,000 signatures for the petition drive. He would have needed to turn in about 53,000 signatures by Monday in order for the measures to make the November ballot.
Quinn is looking to collect 100,000 total signatures.
The petition drive aims to limit Chicago's mayor to two terms. The initiative would also create an elected, independent consumer advocate post, who would replace a mayor-appointed position.
The term limit proposal, if approved, could result in Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel being unable to run for a third term in 2019.