District candidate David Gill can remain on the Nov. 8 ballot. The independent from Bloomington will face Republican incumbent Rodney Davis and Democrat Mark Wicklund of Decatur. Gill maintained the number of signatures required to get on the ballot is unconstitutional because it's too high in his view. The state board of elections booted him from the ballot after nearly 2700 petition signatures were tossed out. The Illinois Attorney General's office has not decided whether to appeal.