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UrKidsWillPay - GREDF supports Quincy School Building Referendum - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There's one little kid in there with a suit on.. .between the bald guy and the tall guy to the left. You just missed him.
vonvicious - Man arrested for performing lewd acts - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Not a laughing matter but I guess he shouldn't have been "beating around the bush" #lewddude
1950Brutus - GREDF supports Quincy School Building Referendum - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The first thing that struck me about the picture is that the adults are neatly dressed but the kids look like they are in need of clothing assistance. Is it considered child abuse for a boy/girl to wear a suit/dress these days?? I'm back in the 50s again.
qfingers - Quincy School Board pledges to reinvest savings from new buildings - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
By my math (in the article....20*$2M = $40M Repairs on QHS, EC, QJHS $16M Difference = $24M What are we doing with that "extra" $24M? The new building should not require any life safety projects for a long time (and really shouldn't require ANY if maintenance is done like it should be). I'm not against the referendum...just trying to make sense of all the numbers being thrown about. We're…
tts - QPD Blotter for 10/23/14 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Sounds to me like an insurance scam!

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From from the Associated Press:

A team of nearly 20 elections workers in Springfield are sifting through thousands of pages of petitions aimed at putting a pair of proposed constitutional amendments on the November ballot.

"It's a daunting task to do this," Illinois State Board of Elections chief Rupert Borgsmiller told the Springfield bureau of Lee Enterprises newspapers.

He said if you laid each piece of paper end-to-end it would stretch 33 miles. That includes nearly 68,000 pieces of paper with more than 590,000 signatures from the Committee for Legislative Reform and Term Limits.

That group, headed by GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner, wants voters to consider limiting state lawmakers' terms to eight years. Its box of petitions was 36 feet long.

It also includes a 27-foot-long box filled with about 37,000 pieces of paper with more than 532,000 signatures from the group Yes For Independent Maps. That group wants voters to approve a new way to draw the state's political maps.

State election workers must review the signatures to make sure each ballot initiative has enough to appear on the ballot. They are scanning each piece of paper to make digital records. Then they'll do a random test of 5 percent of the signatures to make sure they are from registered voters.

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