(10 ILCS 5/24A-5)
(from Ch. 46, par. 24A-5)
In precincts where an electronic voting system is used,
a sufficient number of voting booths shall be provided for the use of
such systems according to the requirements determined by the State Board
of Elections, and the booths shall be arranged in the same manner as
provided for use with paper ballots. Each such booth shall be placed
so that the entrance to each booth faces a wall in such a manner that no
judge of election or pollwatcher is able to observe a voter casting a ballot.
Whenever at a primary election at which an electronic voting system
is used there is also an election for officers or on propositions in
which qualified voters have the right to vote without participating in
the primary of any party, a separate voting booth may be provided for
those voters who do not wish to participate in the primary of any party.
Such determination shall be made by resolution of the county board,
municipal board of election commissioners or county board
of election commissioners, whichever is applicable. Unless paper
ballots are used for such other election, such separate voting booth
shall contain a ballot label booklet containing only those officers and
propositions on which such voters are entitled to vote.
(Source: P.A. 84-659.)