Voters at one Chicago polling place were surprised to find one of the judges showing his presidential preference this morning.
You’d think it would be easy to find people eager to make nearly $200 for one day’s relatively easy work. But it’s not, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
A Northwest Side man who served as an election judge at the polls last week said he was later notified he wouldn’t be paid for his day of work, but an elections official said it’s all a misunderstanding — and a mistake.
A candidate for alderman was arrested Tuesday afternoon at a South Side polling place and later charged with assault.