How can you change the culture of Illinois politics?
A Quincy native who's now the Secretary of State Inspector General says by making things more transparent.
Jim Burns made a stop today at the Quincy Driver Services Facility. He says since becoming Inspector General in 2000, he's helped open the line of communication with the public, even adding a website where you can report corruption or misconduct.
"We get a lot of complaints that turn out to be not a Secretary of State problem, but we make sure every complaint we get, gets routed to the appropriate authority so it's at least addressed," Burns said.
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