CHICAGO (CBS) — In between fund-raising appointments, President Obama on Friday cast his ballot for November’s election.
The president’s limo pulled up to the Cook County Administration building shortly after 2 p.m., shutting down Dearborn Street between Washington and Madison for about 30 minutes.READ MORE: 3 Killed, 26 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago
The block was filled with Secret Service agents, who had to order people to move down the street as they quickly established a security perimeter.
Obama is in town all weekend for a variety of fund-raisers.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Driving Conditions And Power Outages
He is staying overnight at his home in Kenwood.
After casting his ballot, he was asked by a reporter, “Who did you vote for?”MORE NEWS: City Offering COVID-19 Booster Shots Starting Monday
He looked up with a big grin, but said nothing.