“The Illinois Legislature has approved a plan to allow election-day voter registration this year…The law would extend in-person early voting hours…It would also remove identification requirements for in-person early voting and allow public universities to serve as locations for election day in-person absentee voting…The changes would only be in effect for the November election.”
Kinda takes your breath away, doesn’t it?
But if this such a fabulous law, why is it active for just one year? Legal challenges? Who knows.
While this may very well be characterized as the We Can’t Win If We Don’t Cheat Act, considering it is just for one year, I think it would be more appropriately named The Save Pat Quinn Act.