Illinois State Board of Elections

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The Illinois Board of Elections is a agency responsible for enforcing all campaign finance and elections laws in the State of Illinois.

History

The Illinois Board of Elections was formed in 1973 on an act of the Illinois General Assembly. The board came as response from the 1970 Illinois Constitution calling for a central elections authority[1].

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