Are you registered to vote? You can check if you are, and if you're not you can register HERE!
I hope this year has been enough to inspire you to vote, but if it hasn't, I've got a story that will have you triple checking you're registered and ready to vote...
November 3 is slowly but surely approaching.
Early voting has begun in Illinois! Have you registered to vote yet? You have until October 18 to register and you can do that HERE.
But just because 2020 has felt like there's no rules anymore, doesn't mean the rules of voting have changed...
I'm sure the very first question that comes to mind is "Where the h*** is Colp, Illinois?" Good question, but next time, let's watch the language. Colp, Illinois is almost exactly 367.2 miles south of Rockford, or about a 5 hour, 20 minute ride down I-39 to I-57.
I once worked for a local political campaign, and while my candidate didn't win the election, he won my enduring respect for insisting that the campaign staff quickly remove all of his many yard signs from wherever they'd been placed. I can think of many other candidates over the years who didn't make that a priority.
Illinois' 16th District Congressman, Adam Kinzinger, took some time out of a busy morning, at the tail-end of a crazy week in Washington, to give the WROK Morning Show his thoughts on a new administration, and what changes we can expect to see in the near future.
Every Wednesday morning after the 8:30 news, I'm lucky enough to be joined by Northern Illinois University political science professor, Matt Streb, and for the last few months I've really been enjoying Matt's take on an increasingly bizarre presidential race.