A second western Illinois county would like its former congressman to pay for the special election to replace him.

The Pike County Board Monday agreed to send a letter to former Congressman Aaron Schock, asking him to cover the cost of the special primary in July and general election in September.

Pike County expects to spend up to $110,000 on the elections, money that is not in the county’s budget.

Earlier, the Marshall County Board sent a letter to Schock asking him to reimburse them or send them a certified check for what the election will cost them.