Who needs Facebook and Russian trolls when Illinois election laws sow plenty of bad faith?
Resources to assure fair ballot access and election integrity
Next week’s election could be the first in nearly 30 years to unseat a Cook County judge
The more candidates who run, the harder it is to make the ballot—especially given the signature-challenge game.
Here’s what you should know.
Mitts readies herself for a fight with the teachers’ union as she faces a runoff against teacher Tara Stamps.
Byron Sigcho is hoping a recount shows he has a few dozen more votes to force a runoff with 25th Ward alderman Danny Solis.
Things get nasty—and strange—in the south-side ward once led by Sandi Jackson and her husband Jesse Jackson Jr.
It’s great political theater at the board of elections as Mayor Rahm goes after an obscure mayoral candidate named Willie Wilson while Wilson goes after just about everybody else.
The first step to toppling a mayor: getting on the ballot
Vote not too early and not too often
Fifteen of the donors and insiders who got access to Rahm Emanuel
With less than half of registered voters showing up to the polls, Rahm Emanuel’s victory is less impressive.
Hey procrastinators, you can still register and vote.
A couple of the “retards” who voted with magic pens should be thanked, not ridiculed.