The primary election in Fayette County is more than six weeks away, but some voters will begin casting their votes next week.
According to the office of Fayette County Clerk and Recorder Terri D. Braun, absentee voting for the March 18 primary in Illinois gets under way next Thursday.
In-person absentee voting at Braun’s office will be done using touch-screen voting machines, with the votes to be tallied after the polls close on election day.
Under state law, absentee voters can no longer withdraw their absentee ballots and vote on election day.
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