NORMAL — Only residents living within the corporate limits of Normal will be able to cast a ballot on the electric aggregation referendum.
According to McLean County Clerk Kathy Michael’s office, there are at least 175 registered voters who live in Normal Township but not within the corporate limits and therefore will not receive a ballot that includes the aggregation referendum. Those affected are in Normal precincts 1, 12, 13, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27.
Michael said some precincts may share a polling place with a precinct that is within the corporate limits — something that caused voter confusion during the March primary.
Meanwhile, there are 166 voters living in Towanda Township who are within Normal’s corporate limits and may vote on the issue, said Maria Pascua, chief deputy of the county clerk’s office.
Michael said voter cards list whether a person lives within the corporate limits of Normal. She also is educating election judges in affected precincts to avoid confusion on Election Day.