Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow is urging citizens to report election irregularities to his office’s Election Fraud Hotline during the April 4, 2023, Consolidated Election.
“Anyone who sees inappropriate activity, such as passing out campaign literature or other acts of electioneering either inside or too close to polling places, is encouraged to call the State’s Attorney’s Election Fraud Hotline my office has established,” Glasgow said. “We can all help preserve the integrity of our election process by staying alert for unusual activities at or near polling places and reporting irregularities.”
The State’s Attorney’s Election Fraud Hotline number is (815) 727-8872.
State’s Attorney Glasgow has assigned two-person teams, each consisting of one assistant state’s attorney and one investigator, to travel to polling places where irregularities are reported on Election Day.
Assistant state’s attorneys not assigned to specific teams will be available for dispatch from the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office to investigate allegations of election irregularities reported to the Hotline.