Pritzker, Trump, And Changing Demographics Helped Casten And Underwood Swing Red Suburban Districts BlueTwo first-time Democratic candidates eked out victories in suburban congressional races on Tuesday, in districts that normally vote Republican, helping Democrats take control of the House.
Arthur Jones, Who Called Holocaust 'The Biggest, Blackest Lie,' Loses Bid For Congress, But Gets 56,000 VotesDemocratic U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski defeated Jones on Tuesday, with more than 73 percent of the vote.
Millennials Help Push Midterm Turnout In Chicago To Highest Level In 32 YearsOverall, 56 percent of registered voters in Chicago cast a ballot in the election, either in person on Election Day, during early voting, or by mail.
Democrats Take Control Of U.S. House, Republicans Hold On To SenateWith the help of two upsets in Illinois, Democrats were able to take control of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, winning at least 222 seats overall, giving them the ability to block President Trump’s agenda, and launch investigations of his administration.
J.B. Pritzker Defeats IL Gov. Bruce RaunerDemocratic challenger J.B. Pritzker has defeated Republican incumbent Bruce Rauner. 
Kwame Raoul Defeats Erika Harold For Illinois Attorney General
Mike Braun Defeats Indiana Sen. Joe DonnellyRepublican challenger for U.S. Senate Mike Braun has defeated incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly in Indiana.
12 Northwest Indiana Polling Places To Stay Open LateA dozen polling places in Porter County, Indiana, will stay open later than normal, after problems that forced them to open late.
Youth Wave? Millennial Voter Turnout Expected To Break Record In 2018Millennial voters are expected to turn out to vote in droves across the country, and Chicago is no exception.
Polls Open For Midterm Elections After Record-Setting Early VotingPolls are open across Illinois as voters cast their ballots in the races for governor, other statewide offices, Congress, the Illinois General Assembly, and many county races.
Ahead Of Final Midterms Push, Early Voting Setting Records In Cook CountyWith one day left until the midterm elections, voters have been showing up early in Cook County in record numbers, with close to 250,000 ballots already cast in Chicago alone.