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2016 election

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Eden United Church of Christ will host “Talking Politics: Moving Forward Post Election” Tuesday evening.

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The open meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Filament Theatre, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Edgebrook »

Quigley represents a large chunk of the city's North and Northwest sides, from River West to O'Hare.

Downtown »

Chicagoans protested Donald Trump's presidential win Downtown for the fourth day in a row Saturday.

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"We're starting to see more of an opportunity to level the playing field," a GOP committeeman said.

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The bookstore ordered thousands of copies, assuming people would want a piece of history.

Lincoln Square »

Clinton's wardrobe has been the butt of jokes. Supporters mean business with their pantsuits.

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The store also still has hundreds of papers from last Thursday, after the Cubs won the World Series.

Albany Park »

Katie Damato voted in her first election with her mom, Diane, at her side.

The Loop »

The limited-time menu features artwork of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on top of a deep dish pizza.

Sauganash »

All are invited to "drown your political sorrows" by voting on one of four of Alarmist Brewing's beers.

Downtown »

Chicagoans said a possible Hillary Clinton presidency could inspire women throughout the country.

Portage Park »

The film, premiering Friday at the Patio Theater, is set just before the 1983 mayoral election.

Jefferson Park »

Gasoline taxes, license fees would have to be used on roads and other transportation projects.

Lincoln Park »

Lincoln Park residents have a couple of nearby places to vote early in the general election.