Illinois voters will see more than a hundred different tax hike proposals on the ballot.
Andrew Nelms with Americans for Prosperity in Illinois says dozens of school districts, cities, and smaller governments are asking voters to approve tax hikes.
Nelms adds voters will once against be asked to create or expand taxes at the local level.
Nelms says Illinois' taxpayers now pay more for local property taxes than they pay for state income taxes. And he says many of the questions next week aren't getting much attention.