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Elections board corrects non-citizen voting numbers Elections board corrects non-citizen voting numbers

Elections board corrects non-citizen voting numbers

Only 15 people who self-identified as not being U.S. citizens cast ballots in the 2018 and 2019 elections, the Illinois State Board of Elections said in a correction Thursday, three of which actually turned out to be citizens.

UPDATED: Pritzker, Harmon join call for hearings into non-citizen voter registration UPDATED: Pritzker, Harmon join call for hearings into non-citizen voter registration

UPDATED: Pritzker, Harmon join call for hearings into non-citizen voter registration

Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker and newly-elected Illinois Senate President Don Harmon added their voices Wednesday to a growing chorus of state officials calling for legislative hearings to determine how more than 500 people who identified themselves as non-U.S. citizens became registered to vote through the state’s new automatic voter registration system.

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