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Early voting has started in Illinois and many other states around the country. To help you out with your decisions, organizations have put out their endorsements and recommendations.

There are plenty of voter guides out there to help you especially with your local races in case you haven't been paying as much attention. I know it's hard, I often fall flat on those races especially since here in Illinois we have to vote for judges. But don't use the "I don't know who to vote for!" line as an excuse. We all have less than 3 weeks, so do your research now.

And if you need to know why you should go out and vote, watch this:



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Comments

Anonymous said…
I SO wish that our state would decide to have early voting. Our lines are ridiculously long...

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