Here are a few basic rights to remember when you're voting tomorrow.  If you're in line before the polls close at 7 p.m., you can't be turned away.  The election officials must allow you to cast your vote.  Another thing to remember is if you make a mistake on your paper ballot before your vote has been cast, you do have the right to ask for a replacement ballot.  

And remember, Illinois law gives you the right to take unpaid time from work to vote, up to two successive hours, as long as you've applied with your employer before Election Day.  

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