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.
Oprah Hosting Virtual Town Halls To Encourage Voters Ahead Of ElectionOprah is using her voice to get people to vote ahead of the 2020 election.
Illinois Voters May Hold The Key To The Democratic Presidential ChallengerWith such a crowded field, there's a good chance many of the Democratic candidates will still be in the running for the Democratic presidential nomination come Primary Day in Illinois on March 17.
Seven Takeaways From Election Night 2018If you asked Democrats going into Tuesday night which governor race they wanted to win the most, they'd likely name Florida first and then Ohio. They won neither.
Michigan Voters Approve Recreational MarijuanaSupporters say it will raise roughly $130 million in additional tax revenue each year that will go toward road repairs, schools and local governments. They also say it will allow for greater regulation of pot usage and for the police to focus on more pressing problems.
Young Voters Leading Surge In Ballots Cast In Cook CountyIn Chicago, as of Tuesday afternoon, voters ages 18 to 34 have cast 125,808 ballots.
Democratic Lawmakers Push For Bill To Stop Crosscheck SystemSeveral Democratic lawmakers are pushing a bill that would stop the State of Illinois from using what they say is a voter verification system that has serious security flaws.
Schock Allegedly Profited Off His Voters' Washington VisitsThe indictment of a 35-year-old disgraced former Republican congressman jolted residents of his central Illinois district, shaken by prosecutors' claims that Aaron Schock illegally dipped into campaign and government coffers to subsidize a lavish lifestyle, including his Capitol Hill office done up in the style of "Downton Abbey."
Opinion: How Many People Actually Support Trump? Fewer Than You Think...Trump's supporters are a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of America. Let's crunch the numbers!
Despite Improvement, Illinois Voters Very Worried About EconomyDespite clear signs that the nation's economy has been improving, an overwhelming percentage of Illinois voters are worried about the direction of the nation's economy in the next year.
Prosecutors Investigating Alderman's Offer Of Prizes To VotersCook County prosecutors have begun investigating a South Side alderman who admitted she made a mistake by offering rewards to her constituents if they vote in the upcoming election, no matter who they vote for.
African American Voters Hold Key to Election in 2014 Illinois' Governor Race
Bombarded Voters Ready For Tuesday To EndObama supporters and Romney backers at Manny’s Deli are united about one thing: They’re out of patience with all the politicking. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Public Policy Expert: Many Voters Don't Seem Interested In ElectionA public policy expert says many voters do not seem interested in this year’s presidential election – or politics in general, for that matter.
Kendall County Voters Nominate Auditor, Recorder; Cut Their Would-Be OfficesVoters in Kendall County nominated a new auditor and a new recorder Tuesday, while at the same time voting to eliminate their positions.