It looks like voters in Illinois will be allowed to register to vote on Election Day from here on out. Republicans wanted to hold off on passing the measure, but Representative Jack Franks scolded them and said it's all about giving people a right to participate.
Republican Ed Sullivan says Democrats are moving too fast.
Republicans want to hold off on the idea until they know how much it'll cost, but Democrat Christian Mitchell doesn't think that's necessary.
Republican David Reis wants to know why Democrats are rushing to clear the bill.
There are some exceptions for communities with less than 100-thousand people that don't have electronic voting machines. They'll only be required to have same-day registration in some of their precincts. The bill is headed to Governor Quinn's desk.