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.
Chicago's Women's March Draws Thousands: 'This Is A Different Sense Of Urgency'"This is the most important election of my lifetime and basically everyone's."
Michelle Obama Works To Get Out The Vote"When you don't vote, what you're really doing is letting someone else take power over your own life."
As Elections Approach, What's The Risk Of Russian Meddling?Experts said it is too late to safeguard U.S. voting systems and campaigns this election cycle.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
Supreme Court To Decide Case On Purging Voter Registration RollsDo you have to vote even if you don't want to? Not doing so could put you on the path to losing your vote in some states.
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.
Cook County Voters To See Marijuana Question On BallotVoters in Cook County will get the chance to vote on a non-binding question in the March primary on whether recreational marijuana should be legalized.
This Will Not Be The Last Voter Registration Day, Advocacy Groups Say Despite some victories, voting rights groups and others say their work is far from over as Illinois moves through another election season.
Illinois Board of Elections Director Steve Sandvoss Discusses Russian HackingIllinois' top election official was among the latest to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee about the theft of voter information by Russian hackers.
New Automatic Voter Registration Bill Could Expand Voter ParticipationBackers of the new Automatic Voter Registration bill approved by the General Assembly said they cannot wait to see Governor Rauner sign the legislation, and put it into action.
Chicago Board of Election Commissioners Ensures ADA Accessibility For Polling Sites By 2018The United States Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday a settlement with the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners to ensure accessibility of polling sites to persons with disabilities.