Only about 30% of Evanston’s registered voters are expected to vote in this spring’s consolidated election. The RoundTable went to the Robert Crown Community Center on Thursday to ask if people planned to vote. Ten of the 13 people we talked to said they would. Two said they cannot vote because they are not U.S. citizens. One person, who identified himself only as Paul, said: “I’m not up to speed on all the candidates. I wish I was more involved. I’ve been so busy at work.”

Here is why the 10 voters plan to cast their ballots by Tuesday.

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