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Help Prevent Voter Fraud: Serve as Election Judge or Poll Watcher

Written by John Biver

Even though the primary election isn’t until March 20, 2018, it isn’t too early to begin considering serving as an Election Judge or a Poll Watcher. Both positions, created by state statute, play an important role in insuring that our elections are conducted according to law.

Since Illinois is a state famous for registered voters residing in cemeteries who vote for Democratic Party candidates, preventing voter fraud is one of the most important tasks for the Judges and Poll Watcher.… Continue Reading

“Election Shenanigans” (Illinois Family Spotlight #008)

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Ed Ronkowski, a former Cook County prosecutor and former Will County Republican chairman,   joins Monte Larrick and David Smith on the show to take us behind the scenes of election day, sharing stories of voter fraud, corruption, and other political shenanigans from his experiences. The three also discuss voter IDs and other ways we try to reduce fraud.

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