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Gerry Ecker puts in a long day as precinct inspector (access required)

Her day began at 5:30 a.m. on Sept. 12 when she arrived at Skyview Elementary School in Peoria to finish getting the site ready for the primary election. The only hitch in the two-day set-up process for precinct inspector Gerry Ecker, 62, was small, and had to do with the programming for a new voting machine ...

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