With early voting in Illinois wrapping up tomorrow (Saturday), there is only a little more time to cast your ballot before Election Day. Early voting and grace period voting allow you to cast a vote before Tuesday, which can help you avoid the crowds, if they show up.
But Madison County Clerk Debbie Mendoza tells The Big Z she would like to see a 20-percent turnout, as consolidated elections typically don’t have the interest seen during presidential elections.
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Early voting runs through April 4 at polling locations in the Riverbend Alton, Bethalto, Godfrey and Wood River. You can find your polling place and its hours by following this link: www.madisonvotes.com