17 and voting?
PRINCETON – A new state law now allows 17 year olds to vote in primary elections if they turn 18 by the general election day.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation last week as part of his agenda to increase participation in democracy and ensure every voice is heard in Illinois, according to a press release issued by Quinn’s office.
“Our democracy is strongest when more voters raise their voices at the ballot box,” Quinn stated.
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