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The first Tuesday in November is Election Day, as is written into the US Constitution. It is key to democracy, and it has never been postponed. Get your questions answered by experts about how remote voting can be done in Illinois.
Amber McReynolds is the CEO for the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition and is the former Director of Elections for Denver, Colorado.
Alisa Kaplan leads Reform for Illinois’ policy development, advocacy, and research initiatives.
Jan Dorner is Vice President of Voter Service for IL League of Women Voters.
The topic of voting by mail is so fluid that you’ll get the most current info on April 27th.
Here are links to information about voting remotely from the organizations that we’ll hear from:
· Watch the Vote at Home Institute’s video “A secure and time-tested way to put voters first” on YouTube. (see a 2-minute intro video)
· Reform for Illinois has important details here: https://www.reformforillinois.org/election-reform/ and https://www.reformforillinois.org/legislative-initiatives/
· League of Women Voters of Illinois. “How to vote” at https://www.lwvil.org/how-to-vote.html
Email Chicagosalon@ncjwcns.org for information.