New Ill. law lets some 17-year-olds vote in March


Teenagers in Illinois can now register to vote for the primary in March, even if they're still 17 when they cast their first ballots.


The new law will let 17-year-olds register to vote if they turn 18 before the general election in November.


This years primary will be held on March 18.

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