October 25, 2018

Laura Ellman Campaign Solves Early Voting Issues for 55,000 Voters

DuPage County Election Commission officials were scrambling Tuesday to deliver paper ballots to early voting sites for precincts in the 41st House District after the precincts were excluded from some electronic voting machines. Officials said the 108 precincts weren’t programmed into the machines because of uncertainty about whether state representative candidate Valerie Montgomery would keep her name on the ballot. …

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October 16, 2018

All Hands On Deck: Joining Forces to Get Out the Vote

The campaign to elect Laura Ellman as State Senator has knocked over 31,000 doors with three weeks left until Election Day. This has been in large part due to the collaboration and support of allied campaigns and organizations. Organizations like Moms Demand Action and township democratic organizations and campaigns from Sadia Covert for DuPage County Board to Rep. Bill Foster …

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September 27, 2018

Early Voting Has Begun!

I have excellent news – early voting starts today! I know that life can be unpredictable and sometimes plans change – don’t let your plan to vote be one of those things. Voting early is more secure, more convenient, and it helps us focus on getting other folks to the polls. It also frees you up to help out on …

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September 15, 2018

Voting By Mail: Request Your Ballot!

In Illinois, every voter has the opportunity to request a mail-in ballot. Once you apply, you will receive a ballot straight to your home. This gives you the ability to vote at your convenience and saves a trip to the polls. It is also a more secure way to vote, as your ballot gets counted when it gets in rather …

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