Two Election Judges Removed, Several Precincts To Stay Open LateOne judge appeared intoxicated and left on his own. Another judge smelled of alcohol and had to be removed by police.
Looking Out For Election Day ShenanigansOne of the biggest things that has happened in this election run is the record-breaking number of people that have applied to vote by mail. And that is causing some questions to come up in precinct polling places.
Early Voting Begins In Cook County Ahead Of November ElectionEarly voting in Cook County began Thursday, but in limited locations. Until the end of October, only one early voting site, located in the Loop, will be open for city voters.
Early Voting In Chicago, Cook County Starts ThursdayVoters will be able to cast ballots for governor, attorney general, secretary of state, controller, treasurer as well as state house and senate seats.
Election Judges Needed For NovemberThere are around 6,800 judges throughout the city but to be fully staffed, the Chicago Board of Election needs 10,000 judges.
A Candidate Wants People To Vote-By-Mail Using His PaperworkElections officials said similar letters were sent from both leading candidates during the 2014 governor's race.
Election Officials Use GPS To Get Out Voting MaterialsThe actual Election Day is Feb. 22, and the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners is getting ready.