Record Mail-In Ballots For 2020 Election Mean Record Postal CostsThe record number of mail-in ballots for the 2020 election has also meant record postal costs.
Voters Concerned Mail-In Ballots Won't Be Processed: 'What's Going On?'The online tracking will show them still there until election judges triple check signatures to verify the ballots.
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.
Mail-In Ballots For The Chicago Area Are Being Checked, Even The Ones Voters Say Are Being Rejected"When we receive those ballots back, we have a team of three judges who must review the envelope. And make sure the signature matches what we have on our voter rolls for that particular voter, and it has to be a unanimous decision by all the judges."
A Look At McHenry County's System To Sort Mail-In BallotsCounties across Illinois are sorting through an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots, and not all of them have the staffing we see in the city.
Historic Number Of Vote-By-Mail Requests Leaves Some Concerned They May Not Get Their Ballots In TimeThere have been a historic number of vote-by-mail requests just from Chicago so far in the 2020 election with 450,000 jut from Chicago, but there are plenty of concerns from voters, including whether the clerk's offices can handle those record numbers. 
Staffing Issues, COVID-19 Cases At Postal Service Prompt Concern About Mail-In Ballots In Chicago And BeyondThere are now 44 days until the November election, and on this day, when everyone is being urged to register to vote, we are learning there are big worries about mail-in ballots.
Election 2020: What You Need To Know About Mail-In Voting In ChicagoAs a debate rages nationwide over the effectiveness of voting by mail, the Morning Insiders went to the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners to find out the best way to ensure your ballot is counted on time.
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.
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."
Postal Problems Mean No Checks, No Medications For WeeksWith a pandemic, elections, pharmaceuticals, and stimulus checks, the mail has never been more vital and is life or death for some.