The Peoria County Board of Election Commissioners met on Tuesday, March 14, with Commissioners Williamson and Timmes absent. During Public Comments, questions were raised about proof of address for college students and possible problems arising from the use of a stylus for signature identification.
The only unusual expenditure was the purchase of several printers for use on election day. Several broke after the November election when they fell in the truck returning them to the Election Commission.
The general election is moving along smoothly. Judge training is almost completed. There have already been over 200 early voters, which matches the 2019 election, and over 3000 mail in ballots have already been received.
Peoria County is looking into purchasing the building that houses the Election Commission.
- Irene Pritzker, Observer
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