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Downtown »

Thanksgiving doesn't have to be ruined by arguments over the election. Here's advice from the experts.

Downtown »

Monica Raymund said she'll be ready to talk from 2-5 p.m. Friday at Wacker and Wabash.

Downtown »

Bombings, murders, voter fraud — Chicago's elections haven't always been the, uh, most ethical affairs.

Downtown »

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

Near West Side »

The new Donald Trump billboard in West Town hasn't been vandalized yet — unlike other Trump signs.

West Town »

The billboard was vandalized after a comedian tweeted: "You know what needs to be done. LOL." 

Bronzeville »

Supporters of Rep. Ken Dunkin paid people $50 to vote for him, opponents have said.

Downtown »

Mixup stems from elections being held in other states, officials say.

Norwood Park »

Voters are not required to bring an identification card, election officials said.

Jefferson Park »

Arena's campaign smeared his opponent, John Garrido, with "outright lies," the suit says.

Wicker Park »

Morning-after reactions were mixed based on a streetside poll of citizens headed to work in Wicker Park.

Lincoln Square »

Chicago's bakeries offered discounts — even free cupcakes — to voters.