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            Elections

            Complete coverage of local and national primary and general elections, including results and analysis to keep Chicago voters informed.

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            When the spotlight returns to Biden, here’s hoping he calls on our better angels

            Trying times bring out people’s altruism and longing for unity. President Donald Trump, though, is utterly incapable of this.

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            ‘Unpredictable Election Day’ sparks new records for mail ballot, early voting in suburban Cook County

            The March primary marked the first time that voters in suburban Cook County who cast their ballots before the election so heavily eclipsed the number who voted on Election Day, according to the release.

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            Obama to jump off sidelines for Biden with Sanders quitting presidential bid

            Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders had several conversations in recent weeks, a source told the Chicago Sun-Times.

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            Bernie Sanders ends campaign, backs Biden’s bid to defeat ‘most dangerous president in modern American history’

            The Vermont senator’s announcement makes Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump in November.

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            How to avoid a national voting disaster on Nov. 3

            Every state must prepare now for the worst-case scenario because of COVID-19. In a matter of weeks, it will be too late.

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            Political endorsements: Explained

            What does it mean when the Sun-Times endorses a political candidate? Why do we do it?

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            Illinois 上海11选5走势图 Election Voting Guide

            On March 17, Illinois voters will head to the polls to vote in the Democratic or Republican primaries. They will choose a candidate for president, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and the Illinois Legislature.

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            Wisconsin voters face blocks-long lines, Plexiglas barriers, masks, National Guard: ‘It seems really absurd’

            The chaos in Wisconsin, a premiere general-election battleground, underscored the lengths to which the coronavirus outbreak has upended politics as Democrats seek a nominee to take on President Donald Trump this fall.

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            Voters mailed it in, delivering victory to alderman in grudge match — by just 20 votes

            Ald. George Cardenas admitted he was nervous on Election Night when the results showed him behind but held out hope when he learned how many mail ballots remained outstanding. "I knew there were a lot of votes to be counted," Cardenas said.

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            Wisconsin’s on-again, off-again primary back on

            In a brief 4-2 ruling, the court undid an emergency order that Gov. Evers issued that would have closed the polls. Their decision came in response to a lawsuit filed by Republican lawmakers.

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            Lightfoot marks one-year anniversary of landslide victory

            Until the coronavirus pandemic brought everyday life to a halt, Lightfoot’s biggest concern had been her war on poverty and her plan to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in 10 inner-city neighborhoods.

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            McMeet the new boss: Will new McCook mayor kill the goose that lays the golden eggers?

            The younger Carr came to McCook after his family bought and remodeled a local restaurant and added it to the long successful Steak-N-Egger chain started by his grandfather.

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            Democrats put corruption reform on ice: ‘More time will be necessary to complete our work’

            The commission was required to release a report by Tuesday with recommendations on how to end entrenched corruption in Illinois, but as the COVID-19 crisis has temporarily shut down sessions of the General Assembly, it has also stymied the work of the commission.

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            Mailbox boosted ballot box for Chicago primary voters wary of coronavirus

            Perhaps not surprisingly, the city numbers appear to have been boosted by mail-in ballots, after election officials pushed the option to ease voter concerns about becoming infected in crowded polling places.

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            Foxx accused by opponent of ‘half-baked’ approach to releasing jail inmates

            Republican nominee for state’s attorney Pat O’Brien says Foxx’s approach to new arrests is unsafe. Instead, new arrestees should be given a court date to appear two months from now to "redirect them from committing more low-level or higher-level crimes."

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            Maybe closing the Lakefront Trail was the only path to take

            While each of us may think we are making the best decisions for our own health and those around us, we must appreciate that the mayor has responsibility for everyone.

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            ‘Kill Chain’: HBO documentary sounds an alarm about voting machine hacks

            Experts reveal stunning truths about America’s messy, outmoded and far too vulnerable balloting system.

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            Will coronavirus delay July Democratic presidential convention in Milwaukee?

            The situation is "fluid," a convention official said.

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            Primary not postponed, but city election results might not be final until next week

            Of the 117,120 vote-by-mail applications sent out before last week’s primary, 60,812 have been returned as of Tuesday morning, according to figures from the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners.

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            Fact-check: Postponing primary not in Pritzker’s power

            Illinois was one of three states that allowed voting to continue as scheduled on March 17, even after Gov. J.B. Pritzker closed schools, barred restaurants from serving dine-in customers and prohibited mass gatherings.

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            Primary vote counting in city stalled by coronavirus, but election officials expect it ‘should be just fine’

            The board is closing up shop starting Friday and suspending the non-essential operations as the office tries to navigate coronavirus guidelines, board spokesman Jim Allen said.

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            Republicans: O’Brien has ‘really decent chance’ to oust Foxx in November

            The last Republican to lead the office was Jack O’Malley, who ousted Democrat Cecil Partee in 1990 and won re-election two years later. Before O’Malley, Republican Bernard Carey ran the office from 1972 to 1980.

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            Tulsi Gabbard drops Democratic presidential bid, backs Joe Biden

            "Although I may not agree with the Vice President on every issue, I know that he has a good heart," Gabbard said.

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            Neville holds Illinois Supreme Court seat after concession from Reyes

            Appellate Court Justice Jesse Reyes conceded to Illinois Supreme Court Justice P. Scott Neville Jr. on Wednesday afternoon after a tight race that was too close to call after polls closed Tuesday.

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            Election Night also served as test of Pritzker’s and Lightfoot’s political might

            Chicago’s mayor played an active role in five legislative races, and won four. The Democratic governor saw wins in all seven races he supported.

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            Iris Martinez gets the job done in primary win for job-rich court clerk’s office

            It was Martinez who got the last laugh Tuesday with a 50,000-vote winning margin over her nearest challenger, Cabonargi. In the process, she collected a political daily double, also winning election as the new 33rd Ward Democratic committeeperson.

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            Dan Lipinski concedes: Could not overcome low Chicago vote, progressive strength

            With the 3rd Congressional District heavily Democratic, Marie Newman is poised to win election in November.

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            End of an era: Burke loses party post he has held since 1968

            State Rep. Aaron Ortiz was nearly 400 votes ahead of 14th Ward Ald. Edward Burke in a three-way race for committeeperson. It’s a job Burke has held since his father’s death in 1968. His dad held it for years before that.

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            For Kim Foxx, Jussie Smollett proved ‘a blip’ for primary voters

            Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx called the year-long obsession with the case "BS." And Tuesday’s results suggest a good chunk of voters agreed.

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            Suburban voters give thumbs up to recreational weed sales in their 上海11选5走势图towns

            Referendums allowed votes on whether marijuana should be sold in towns ranging from Naperville to Lemont. Here is how residents voted.

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            Time for Bernie Sanders to do what’s right for America

            Against the backdrop of the corona pandemic, Sanders’ vainglorious refusal to quit the presidential race is more than foolish. It’s downright galling and bad for the country上海11选5走势图.

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            Bernie Sanders’ campaign says he’s reassessing, not dropping out

            Sanders lost all three states holding primaries on Tuesday.