Pritzker On Defeat Of Graduated Income Tax: 'There Will Be Cuts. And They Will Be Painful'"Illinois's fiscal problems haven't gone away. We now sit at a crossroads. Our state finances, still require fundamental structural change."
LIVE UPDATES: Election 2020 In ChicagoElection Day voting has come to a close. CBS 2 is providing live updates and election coverage.
Biden's Southwest Path To The White House, All Eyes On Arizona And Nevada Vote CountJoe Biden took Michigan and Wisconsin, directly connected to his pathway moving forward.
Cook Co. State's Attorney Kim Foxx Wins Second Term, Beating O'Brien By Double DigitsO'Brien hammered Foxx on how she handled the Jussie Smollett case. He also repeatedly criticized her for how she handled violent crime and unrest in Chicago this year.
Democrat Sean Casten Wins Re-Election To U.S. House In Illinois' 6th Congressional DistrictIncumbent U.S. Rep. Sean Casten won reelection over GOP Candidates Jeanne Ives and Libertarian Bill Redpath in the 6th Congressional District.
Supporters Of Graduated Income Tax Concede Defeat As Illinois Voters Reject Proposed Constitutional AmendmentThose for and against the constitutional amendment waged multimedia, multimillion dollar campaigns to sway voters on the tax.
Multiple Issues With Voting Reported In Wisconsin, Including Many Affecting Latinx VotersJammed machines, not enough poll workers, and confusion over student IDs are just a few of the voting issues that came up Tuesday night in the crucial swing state of Wisconsin.
United Center Is The Busiest Polling Place In ChicagoTypically when you see a long line outside the United Center, it's for a Bulls or Blackhawks game. As of 2:00 Tuesday afternoon, the United Center had two times more ballots cast than any other site. It has only been open to voters since 6:00 Tuesday morning. The city overall, currently on track to reach more than 70% voter turnout.
17 Suburban Cook County Polling Places Staying Open An Extra HourThe Cook County Clerk's office said it was granted a court order to extend voting by one hour at 17 suburban precincts due to late openings, or a late change in polling place location.
Chicago Voters Using Sharpies Are Concerned About Ink Bleed-Through, Worried Their Vote May Not CountOn that thin paper, the felt tipped marker bled right through the page, leading many to wonder if their ballot would be improperly marked and not accepted.
Sprinkler System Goes Off At West Town Polling Place, But No Damaged Ballots Reported So FarCBS 2's Megan Hickey reports the pipe burst inside James Otis School, 525 N. Armour St. A poll worker said they don't know the status of ballots yet.