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1. How is chain of custody ensured on Election Day?
2. How is chain of custody ensured during Early Voting?
3. How is chain of custody ensured during Vote by Mail?
4. What is the Public Test?
5. How is chain of custody and security ensured with Ballot Drop Boxes?
6. What security features are in place with Peoria County's voting system?

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1. What is Provisional Voting?
2. Why am I voting a Provisional Ballot?
3. What can I do after I vote to ensure my vote is counted?
4. How do I know if my vote counted?

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1. Does the system use touchscreens?
2. How do I know my votes are private and there is not a database in the computer somewhere that records how I have voted?
3. How do I know the voting system recorded my vote the same way I cast it?
4. What if I change my mind or make a mistake on my ballot?
5. What if I don’t want to vote in a particular race?
6. What if I accidentally vote twice in a race? Will my vote be discarded?
7. How do I know that my vote has been cast and counted?
8. If the power fails or if there is some other system failure, will my vote be lost?
9. Does this system have paper backup?
10. What if a recount is necessary?

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1. Am I registered to vote?
2. What are the requirements to register to vote?
3. Where can I register to vote?
4. What if I move and/or change my name?
5. What are registration options for college students?
6. Is it true that 17 year old's can register and vote?
7. Can people who have been convicted of a felony register and vote in Illinois?
8. How are registered voters who have moved or died removed from the voter rolls?

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1. Why do I not have to show ID when I vote?
2. Where is my Polling Place?
3. When can I vote?
4. What is Vote by Mail and how does it work?
5. Who can I call to get a ride to the Polling Place?
6. How do voters who have been admitted to the hospital vote?
7. How do voters in nursing homes vote?