- Associated Press - Friday, October 31, 2014

JOLIET, Ill. (AP) - Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow is encouraging people to report suspicious voting practices to his election fraud hotline during Tuesday’s balloting.

Glasgow says citizens should keep an eye out for “inappropriate activity.” This includes passing out campaign literature or other electioneering either inside or too close to polling places.

Glasgow has assigned two-person teams to travel to polling places where irregularities are reported on Election Day. The teams will have an assistant state’s attorney and an investigator.

Other prosecutors not assigned to teams will be available to be sent from the state’s attorney’s office to investigate allegations of suspicious activity reported to the hotline.


Online: Election fraud hotline: https://bit.ly/1p71TuB

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