As of this morning, 26 people have filed petitions with the state board of elections to get on the ballot for the March 3 primaries in the Fifth Congressional District. Here’s the list, from the earliest to most recent filings: 


* Sara Feigenholtz, state rep

* John Fritchey, state rep

* Justin Oberman, former federal official, son of former alderman Marty Oberman

* Charles Wheelan, University of Chicago lecturer

* Victor Forys, physician

* Pete Dagher, former Clinton administration official, congressional candidate who lost to Rahm Emanuel in 2002

* Jan Donatelli, pilot, union activist

* Frank Annunzio, CHA official and grand-nephew of former congressman Frank Annunzio

* Carlos Monteagudo, Chicago resident

* Paul Bryar, physician, Northwestern University med school prof 

* Roger Thompson III, Chicago resident

* Tom Geoghegan, labor lawyer

* Cary Capparelli, marketing consultant, son of northwest side boss Ralph Capparelli 

* Mike Quigley, Cook County commissioner

* Patrick O’Connor, alderman of the 40th Ward



* Tom Hanson, commercial realtor

* Jon Stewart, former professional wrestler, motivational speaker, Tenth Congressional District candidate

* Gregory Bedell, attorney

* Rosanna Pulido, director of the Illinois Minuteman Project

* Daniel S. Kay (Karkusiewicz), Northlake resident

* David J. Anderson, Chicago resident



* Deb Leticia Gordils, 2003 candidate for 33rd Ward alderman, losing to Richard Mell

* Mark Arnold Fredrickson, former precinct captain for the late Cook County Democratic Party chief Thomas Lyons

* Alan Augustson, economist and consultant

* Matt Reichel, peace activist

* Simon Ribeiro, political activist