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HOUSE LAWMAKERS ARE VOTING TO EXPAND MAIL-IN VOTING FOR THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.

 

UNDER THE BILL, VOTERS WHO CAST A BALLOT IN THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS WILL BE SENT AN APPLICATION FOR A MAIL-IN BALLOT. IT’S SUPPORTED BY REPRESENTATIVE KATIE STUART OF COLLINSVILLE.

 

 

REPRESENTATIVE DAN BRADY OF BLOOMINGTON SAYS THERE ARE CONCERNS ABOUT VOTER FRAUD.

 

 

THE EFFORT WOULD ONLY APPLY TO THE NOVEMBER THIRD ELECTION. STUDENTS WOULD GET THE DAY OFF SO SCHOOLS COULD BE SAFELY USED AS POLLING PLACES. CRITICS WORRY ABOUT VOTER FRAUD.

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