Expanding voting access for the 2020 general election was discussed for more than an hour at the monthly meeting of the Illinois Board of Elections Monday.

The state law that went into effect June 16 expands mail-in voting in anticipation of social distancing and other restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic that may make in-person voting more challenging.

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