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ATTORNEY GENERAL LISA MADIGAN’S OFFICE IS SENDING OUT NEARLY 200 TEAMS TO HELP MONITOR THE GENERAL ELECTION. 
 
THE TEAMS OF ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS GENERAL AND INVESTIGATORS WILL BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR ANY PROBLEMS SAYS ATTORNEY GENERAL MADIGAN. VOTERS CAN ALSO CALL IN AND REPORT ANY ISSUES.
 
 
MADIGAN SAYS THAT CAN INCLUDE POLLING PLACES NOT OPENING ON TIME AND ELECTION JUDGES THAT DON’T SEEM TO BE ABLE TO DO THEIR JOB.
 
 
MADIGAN REMINDS MAIL-IN-BALLOTS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY ELECTION DAY AND THAT IF YOU NEVER RECEIVED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT AS REQUESTED, YOU CAN STILL VOTE IN PERSON. VISIT: ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL DOT GOV FOR MORE INFORMATION ON YOUR VOTING RIGHTS AND REPORTING ELECTION DAY PROBLEMS.

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