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The Illinois legislature recently approved a bill that among other changes "allows an individual to pre-register to vote on or after turning 16 years old, with the registration on file with the appropriate election authority until the individual reaches 18 years old."
The bill also "establishes a task force to study the feasibility of adopting a ranked-choice voting system in certain elections, requires proposed Constitutional Amendments to be published in a newspaper’s digital equivalent, requires curbside voting at vote centers . . . and creates the Security of Remote Vote by Mail Task Force."
To see summaries of these and other changes, click on Senate Bill 2123 and scroll down to House Floor Amendment 4 and 5.
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