PEORIA, Il. - Early voting is underway kicking off a very busy and high profile election cycle for Illinois.
Compared to four years ago the Peoria County Election Commission has seen an increase in in-person early voting and vote by mail ballots. Even with the election office leaving its space in downtown Peoria and moving shop to Brandywine Drive employees are expecting the momentum to continue until election day.
“Starting next Wednesday we have grace period voting,” said Thomas Bride of the election committee. He adds, “Anyone can come in with two forms of ID, one with the voters current address and we can register voters and have them vote the same day.
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