Election Officials Plan Action under Voter Act
Margaret Gillerman Of the Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
If the polls seem more crowded and the voting lines longer next year, it'll likely be because of the National Voter Registration Act.
And if the the voting goes smoothly and all the voters are properly registered, it'll likely be because of your local election board.
For three days last week, Illinois election officials from around the state met at the Holiday Inn in Collinsville to talk about how they'll get new voters registered under the new National Voter Registration Act.
It allows people to register by mail, or when they get a driver's license or do business with other state agencies.
So far, Illinois hasn't complied by passing the …
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