Man Says His Signature Changes Due To Learning Disability, And His Ballot Has Been Rejected Because Of ItBryce Tuttle has a learning disability that affects his handwriting, and now his ballot.
Cook County Acknowledges Backlog As Many Voters Get Message That System Can't Verify Their RegistrationThousands of Cook County voters are going online to check their voter registration status, only to get an unsettling message – the system can’t verify their registration.
Chicago Early Voting Sites Opening Wednesday, And That Will Benefit Mail-In Voters TooIt’s a big week for voting in Chicago, as dozens of early voting sites open up across the city on Wednesday.
St. Sabina Volunteers Canvas Auburn Gresham Neighborhood To Get Out The VoteMore than 100 people gathered in the church parking lot to get their supplies and assignments. They're canvassing the Auburn Gresham neighborhood, talking to people and putting reminders on doors.
Voter Reminder Notice Causes Confusion, But Ballots Will Come In The Mail, Officials Say
Illinois Mail-In Ballot Requests Pass 1 Million And CountingThis year’s spike follows a law expanding mail voting, which Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed in July to address coronavirus concerns.
NBA Players Hit The Court Saturday And The League To Expand Voting Opportunities For 2020 General ElectionCOVID-19 is keeping fans out of NBA arenas, but soon you may be allowed in for a different reason.
Postal Service Problems Impact Chicago-Area Processing Centers: 'Mail Is Going To Be Delayed'"If you're gonna take the sorting machines, then you're going to have to hired people back to do it manually."
Ald. Edward Burke Trailing State Rep. Aaron Ortiz In 14th Ward Committeeperson RaceAlthough the race isn't officially over yet, according to city vote totals so far, Illinois State Rep. Aaron Ortiz is leading the race with 40.4% of the vote, ahead of Burke's 32.9%, and Alicia Elena Martinez's 26.8%.
Illinois Election Officials Say System In Place To Avoid Mishaps From Iowa CaucusLocal election officials say Illinois has a system in place to avoid mishaps like what happened at the Iowa Caucus.
Iowa Caucuses Teach University Students A Lesson In Presidential Politics; 'There’s A Lot Of Strategic Gameplay'“This was the wildest event I’ve ever been to,” said Melia Allan, a first-year political science and music student from Madison, Wisconsin.