Voter registration down in Obama’s home state
CHICAGO – Voter registration in President Barack Obama’s home state of Illinois has decreased slightly since his historic election four years ago.
About 7.4 million people were registered to vote as of this week, according to the Illinois State Board of Elections. That’s a drop of about 4.7 percent compared with 2008, when enthusiasm for Obama was credited for a spike in registrations nationwide.
In the president’s hometown of Chicago, registration has fallen about 10.5 percent from Election Day 2008.
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