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2016 Chicago Elections

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Anti-O'Hare noise activist Merry Marwig is challenging state Rep. Michael McAuliffe's re-election bid.

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Roisin M. Dohl was unopposed in last month's election for Republican committeeman in the 45th Ward.

Edison Park »

Residents of the 41st Ward cast more than 6,000 Republican ballots, the most of any Chicago ward.

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With final precincts reported, Dick Mell trails challenger Aaron Goldstein by fewer than 100 votes.

Hyde Park »

Republican voters exist in Hyde Park and they prefer John Kasich, but Trump supporters do exist.

Downtown »

The Laquan McDonald shooting controversy marked the start of Alvarez's most recent and serious troubles.

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Jay Travis was trying for a second time to unseat Christian Mitchell as state representative.

Albany Park »

Murphy won 55 percent of the vote, with 96 percent of the vote counted, according to officials.

Sauganash »

The 15th Illinois House District includes Edgebrook, Sauganash, Mayfair and the Northwest Suburbs.

Downtown »

The Chicagoan you might have forgotten was running for president is running third in Tuesday's primary.

Edison Park »

Committeemen, who are unpaid, slate candidates and work to ensure elections run smoothly.

Portage Park »

The 40th District includes Irving Park, Albany Park, Avondale, Logan Square and Portage Park.

Downtown »

So, what's the deal with Chicago not giving out "I Voted!" stickers? Are we broke? Boring?

Avondale »

A committeeman candidate in the 33rd Ward was removed from his election judge position on Tuesday.

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Clinton is expected to win the Democratic primary, while Trump is favored on the Republican side.