— Indivisible Illinois (@IndivisibleIL) September 18, 2017 
Indivisible Chicago  and the ACLU of Illinois  have teamed up to call for an end the state's participation in Crosscheck, and have launched a campaign that has the support of State Rep. Will Guzzardi ( 39th District), State Rep. Greg Harris (13th District), among others.
However, Indivisible Chicago reports that the State Board of Elections has again declined to put Kris Kobach's racially-biased Crosscheck voter-purging program on the agenda for its September 18th meeting — continuing to cite that the Board "requires more information to get up-to-speed on this program."
It's absolutely WEIRD that the Illinois Board of Elections wants time to "get up to speed on Crosscheck" — when they’ve been IN THE PROGRAM for years. Shouldn’t they "get up to speed" before they send lists to Kris Kobach again?
Find out how YOU can help in the fight against Kobach’s racist Crosscheck voter-purging op, by signing up to our newsletter here: bit.ly/StopCrossCheck 
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