Election Monitors Assigned for Tuesday’s Vote
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says she will have a team of 150 investigators monitoring Tuesday's elections statewide.
Madigan said Monday that the goal is to make sure polling places are accessible and voting rights are protected. On Sunday, Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez says there will be "zero tolerance'' for any illegal election activity. She said 200 assistant state's attorneys will be assigned to election duty in all of Chicago's wards.
Madigan says voters should report any suspected improper or illegal election activities. She reminded voters that they have the right to vote if they are in line when polls close at 7 p.m. She also says voters can receive replacement ballots if they've made a mistake before they cast their vote.