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The National Conference of State Legislatures has compiled lists of potential advantages and disadvantages of switching from in-person to by-mail voting: 

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As states grapple with the public health crisis posed by COVID-19, vote-by-mail is fast becoming an critical issue this election cycle.

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About 38% of Chicago voters cast ballots in the March 17 Primary Election, a decline from the 53.5% turnout rate in the 2016 Primary. Nevertheless, voters broke records: almost 50% of voters chose to vote early or by mail rather than voting in their home precinct on Election Day.

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Read some of ways that Chicago orgs are learning about the coronavirus and taking steps to care for those who may be infected.

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It’s hard to concentrate these days with the cacophony of news hitting us from all angles. I hope that you’re all staying safe and well—washing hands, practicing social distancing, and keeping an eye on your mental health.

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While staying safe inside, you can still help protect elections.

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The 2020 Census data will determine the number of seats each state gets in the House of Representatives and will affect how districts are redrawn in 2021Up to two Illinois congressional seats are on the chopping block.

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The Annual Meeting is the most important general membership meeting of the year.

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Ranked choice voting and poll watching to check on new voting equipment are hot topics in this election season and were among the issues discussed at our recent briefing on the Primary Election, scheduled for March 17.

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Chicago city leaders have allowed charters to play a lead role in Chicago Public School reform efforts that began in the mid 1980’s with President Ronald Reagan’s warning of “the rising tide of mediocrity” in the nation’s public schools.

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