Democrats want regulations on groups collecting, turning in voter applications
SPRINGFIELD — Some Democratic lawmakers are calling for stricter guidelines when it comes to third-party groups that distribute and collect absentee ballot applications.They cited the actions of a conservative organization, the Illinois Opportunity Project, that solicited absentee ballot applications in Rock Island County during the 2016 election but did not immediately turn those applications over to the county clerk …
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