Illinois drops out of controversial Crosscheck anti-voter fraud program

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (HOI) — The Illinois State Board of Elections voted 8-0 on Tuesday to remove Illinois from Crosscheck, a controversial multi-state anti-voter fraud program. The program was started by

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