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Illinois Primary Election Going On As Scheduled With A Few Polling Place Changes In Will County

(AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)

The Illinois primary election is going on as scheduled. Governor Pritzker said yesterday he didn’t think it’s a good idea to postpone the election. Thousands of people have already voted through early voting and mail-in voting. Pritzker also said the polls will leave room for social distancing.

List of Will County Polling Place Changes

This is a complete list of Polling Places that have been relocated for the Tuesday, March 17 Presidential Primary Election due to concerns about coronavirus:

  • Elwood School, Jackson Precinct 02 – Moving to Elwood Village Hall, 401 E. Mississippi Ave., Elwood;
  • Joshua Arms, Joliet Precinct 35 – Moving to Nowell Park 199 Mills Road, Joliet;
  • Lincolnway Special Recreation Center, New Lenox Precinct 15, — Moving to Peace Lutheran Church, 1900 E. Lincoln Highway, New Lenox;
  • St. James Wellness Center, Crete Precinct 06 – Moving to Crete Fire Station 2, 25048 S. Klemme Road, Crete;
  • Timbers of Shorewood, Troy Precinct 07 – Moving to Troy Middle School, 5800 W. Theodore St., Plainfield;
  • Village Woods, Crete Precinct 11 – Moving to Crete Fire Station 1, 26730 S. Stoney Island, Crete;
  • Willow Falls, Lockport Precinct 21 – Moving to Crest Hill City Hall, 1610 Plainfield RoadCrest Hill.
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