Both houses pass election bill postponing 2022 primary to June
Posted on June 2, 2021
Capitol News Illinois
Largely on partisan lines, lawmakers passed an omnibus elections bill Monday that would push back the date of the 2022 primary elections amid other major changes to the state’s election code.
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