All three glorious hours of it!
Larry and I fervently wish we could’ve brought you more results, but two new laws put the kibosh on that possibility. The first is that early and absentee votes cannot be processed until after the last polling place closes. In the past, county clerks would count those votes on election day and report ’em right after 7 p.m.
The second statute allowed people to register and vote in the same day which slowed some polling places to a crawl. I really think that needs to be re-examined because the last thing you want to do is create election day lines.
All that said, it was a blast having Kane County Board Member Kurt Kojzarek with us for the duration and we did have a fascinating conversation. We also want to thank Tim Elenz, Daily Herald reporter Jim Fuller, Kane County Deputy Republican Chairman Allen Skillicorn and Kane County Board Member Cristina Castro for calling in and making it a more interesting evening.
Enjoy the show!