Early voting in Illinois for the March 18th election wraps up around Madison County on Saturday.  Madison County Clerk Debbie Ming-Mendoza says early voting has been going on since March 3rd at the county's administration building, as well as the usual satellite locations around the county. 

She believes voters are becoming more aware of the convenience offered by early voting.

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Jersey County Clerk Steve Pohlman says early voting still hasn’t caught on all around the county, where the only location to do so is at the county government building.

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Ming-Mendoza says about 2,600 votes have been cast early in Madison County, while less than 300 have been submitted in Jersey County according to Pohlman.

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