Ballot drop boxes and curbside voting now allowed for all Illinois elections

A bill that would allow secure ballot drop boxes and curbside voting to become permanent fixtures in Illinois elections was signed into law Friday by Gov. J.B. Pritzker. The measure, which takes effect immediately, passed both chambers of the General Assembly last month. In addition to drop boxes, the new law also makes permanent the requirement that election authorities accept mail-in ballots regardless of whether they are returned with sufficient postage. Chicago Tribune. 

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