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Dozens come out for first day of early voting

QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) - Despite bitterly cold temperatures, dozens of people got out to vote Monday. It was the first day of early voting for the March 18th Illinois Primary.

More than two dozen people visited the Adams County Clerk's Office. County Clerk Georgia Volm says people who want to vote early have until Saturday, March 15th.

Volm says to vote early, you have to bring a government issued photo ID so they can verify your signature and address.

"Once we've done that we're going to give you an appropriate ballot, which ever one you want," Volm said. "As far as the primaries concerned, as far as the party and as well as you're correct precinct. Then you're going to be allowed to vote. And you can drop it in yourself so you'll watch it count."

If you'd like to see a sample ballot before you vote early, we've provided links to the Adams County website. For the Democratic party, click here. For the Republican party, click here
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