Some Chicagoans Say Problems With Mail Meant Their Primary Ballots Weren't CountedThere was frustration and fallout from some Chicago voters after finding out their mail-in ballots were rejected – when they thought they had done everything right.
1st Ward Democratic Committeeman's Race Could End Up With No Names On BallotWhile the presidential race is getting the most attention, there is one local race that may leave voters scratching their heads.
How Are Chicago And Illinois Working To Avoid An Election Fiasco?An error in an app was blamed Tuesday for a dramatic delay in the reporting of results in the Iowa Democratic caucuses. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole investigated what is being done in Chicago and Illinois to avoid a similar fiasco.
Want To Make $255? Here's How To Become An Election JudgeTuesday marks eight weeks until the Illinois primary, and Chicago has been scrambling to find workers to man the polls.
Ald. Emma Mitts Denies Ballot Signatures Were Required To Get Free Thanksgiving TurkeysA West Side resident said an alderman’s turkey giveaway came with a price.
Lengthy Lines For Last Day Of Early VotingSome voters stood in long lines Monday night to cast early ballots a day ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections.
2 Investigators: Shaming People To Vote"This is a pre-election day stunt to try and drive up voter turnout in that precinct or ward."
Poll Workers Wanted For Primary ElectionsThe Chicago Board of Elections is looking for registered voters willing to work the polls for the March 20 primary elections.
2 Investigators: How The Breach In Chicago Voter Data Was FoundIt was easy. A security troubleshooter in California typed two words and hit a jackpot of personal information on up to 1.8 million Chicago voters. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
On 102nd Birthday, Chicago Woman Becomes U.S. Citizen, Registers To VoteThis Wednesday was a big birthday for a 102-year-old woman from the Northwest Side Belmont Gardens neighborhood.
Voting Glitch Proves Costly For Chicago Woman A voting glitch proved costly for a Chicago woman who followed her grandparents’ instructions never to miss an election, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Source: Jackson Jr. Was Talked Out Of Resigning Before ElectionCBS 2 has learned U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. planned to step down weeks ago, ostensibly for mental health reasons, but a legal source said he talked Jackson and his wife, Sandi, out of that decision to resign before the election.
Heavy Voter Turnout Expected In Chicago Area TomorrowTomorrow's voter turnout in and around Chicago might not be a record, but officials expect it will be substantial.
Huge Crowd Of Voters Lines Up For Last Day Of Early VotingAs the last day of early voting winds down, a line to get into the main early voting center in downtown Chicago has been growing all day long, to the point it stretches for more than two blocks.
Time Running Out To Vote EarlyElection Day is just four days away, and you're running out of time if you want to vote early.