Early Voting Underway In Cook CountyThe Chicago Election Board said more people are opting to vote by mail. That deadline is March 12th. The Illinois primary is March 17th.
Biden Looks Beyond Super Tuesday With Illinois EndorsementsBiden's campaign released the list of endorsements on Wednesday. Besides Quinn, who served as governor from 2009 to 2015, the list includes former Chicago Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp, state Sen. and Assistant Majority Leader Iris Martinez and Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering.
Facebook Reverses On Paid Political Messages That Aren't AdsIt used to be clearer what's an ad and what isn't — and thus what's subject to disclosures and other rules. With social media, a campaign can pay celebrities and other influential users to spread a message on their behalf, without ever buying an ad and be subject to its rules.
Illinois Voters May Hold The Key To The Democratic Presidential ChallengerWith such a crowded field, there's a good chance many of the Democratic candidates will still be in the running for the Democratic presidential nomination come Primary Day in Illinois on March 17.
Illinois Officials: 1 Non-Citizen Voted In Registration ErrorSecretary of State Jesse White's office released the information during a hearing in Springfield.
Everything You Need To Know About The Iowa CaucusesThe caucuses begin at 7 p.m. CST on Monday. Democrats gather in school gymnasiums, union halls and community centers — known in caucus parlance as precincts.
Chicago Women's March Set To Step Off Saturday"People are excited to march. Our marchers are passionate about many issues. The March offers them a place where they can raise their voices - and their signs - and speak out about the things they care about the most."
State's Attorney Candidate On Foxx: 'I'm Focused On The Appearance Of Impropriety'"Just after one year after raising big bucks for Foxx, Foxx settled a property tax appeal at his law firm for nearly two million dollars," Conway said. "It was the largest settlement Kim Foxx approved in her first eleven months in office."
Bloomberg Makes Chicago Campaign StopOne thing the billionaire Bloomberg can do is afford to run. He pledges he'll take no donations, funding his campaign himself. He's already running ads on Chicago television, including CBS 2, rare before Super Tuesday.
Ex-Illinois Congressman Walsh, Who's Challenging Trump, Says He Lost His Radio Show
Buttigieg Ramps Up Outreach To Democratic SuperdelegatesThe outreach suggests Buttigieg's campaign is looking beyond the early primary states to the possibility of a convention fight for the nomination.