Overall 15 people connected to the mistaken registrations voted in 2018 and 2019 elections. State election officials have said three in central [Illinois] turned out to be citizens with at least two others believed to be in the same category.
Chicago had three voters in question, according to State Board of Elections spokesman Matt Dietrich.
But Chicago Board of Election Commissioners spokesman Jim Allen said two were outstanding.
By his calculations, six people linked to the mistaken registrations cast ballots. Four had long voter histories and were thought to be citizens, he said. That left two voters in question.
Allen said voter registrations were canceled and no further action was planned. Neither Allen nor Dietrich could explain the discrepancy.