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An Internet website has been launched to serve as
a public "clearinghouse" for citizens' reports of
election problems in Chicago and Cook County.

Citizens can upload their first-hand reports and see
them published immediately on the website.

The website is at

For urgent problems, the website will guide citizens
to the appropriate hotline, staffed by human operators.

The website invites reports of all problems, including
those encountered during early voting and absentee voting.

Directions for publishing audio and video records of
problems are also provided.

Recommendations for enhancing the site and its information
are welcome.

The blog is the creation of the Illinois Ballot Integrity
Project, a not-for-profit, non-partisan civic organization
dedicated to the correction of election system deficiencies
and to ensuring fair, accurate, and completely transparent

Roy Lipscomb,
Clearinghouse Moderator
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Roy Lipscomb, Secretary, Director for Technology, Illinois Ballot Integrity Project

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