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2016 Illinois Primary

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Edison Park »

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

Downtown »

The Cook County state's attorney's loss shows that much needs to be done after the Laquan McDonald case

River North »

The front-runner in the Democratic race narrowly held off Sen. Bernie Sanders in her native state.

Wicker Park »

With 98 percent of precincts reporting, Moreno and Gonzalez are less than 2 percentage points apart.

Downtown »

"I like Trump. He's got that mystique," one South Side voter said Tuesday. 

Hyde Park »

Ken Dunkin, the incumbent, was targeted by Democrats after siding with Gov. Bruce Rauner.

West Town »

Soto had 17,934 votes compared to Zwolinski's 4,594.

Downtown »

Ald. Michelle Harris and attorney-activist Jacob Meister sought to unseat the four-term incumbent.

Downtown »

Here are the judges not recommended by the various legal group that vet candidates.

West Lawn »

Gonzales is considered a proxy for Gov. Bruce Rauner in his war with state Rep. Michael Madigan.

Grand Crossing »

President Barack Obama followed through on his threat to state Rep. Ken Dunkin that they'd "talk later."

The Loop »

The so-called Bernie Bus is sponsored by National Nurses United, who joined others to rally for Bernie.

Marquette Park »

"Wherever the wages are cheaper, that's where they go," said Labor for Bernie Chairman Larry Cohen.

The Loop »

Chicagoans cast 11,000 votes on the first day of early voting, more than 1,000 in the 13th Ward alone.