How Chicago is preparing for the June 28 Primary
Chicagoans are set on June 28 to vote for everything from governor and Secretary of State to county commissioners and, likely, a new Chicago ward map. But how does a city prepare for a primary, general and municipal election all set to occur in less than a year’s time? The Daily Line’s Erin Hegarty talked to Max Bever of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners about election prep, what’s on the June ballot, the variety of ways Chicagoans can cast their ballots and what’s next in the evolution of how people vote.
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