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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • U.S. Senate, governor hopefuls end busy day in Chicago, suburbs

     
    Posted by Oscar Avila, Monique Garcia, Jeff Coen and David Heinzmann at 9:45 a.m.; updated at 8:50 p.m. The top candidates for U.S. Senate and governor ended a whirlwind day of last-minute campaigning back on familiar turf tonight. Democratic Gov.......
  • Live election night blog

     
    Random thoughts, observations and analysis from election night. Most recent posts will be at the top. 8:30 a.m. -- After an Election Day when many Democrats couldn't win, Alex Sink is showing that Democrats don't know how to lose. I......
  • Polls closed in 2010 election

     
    The polls are closed for the 2010 General Election. Polls opened at 6 a.m. and closed at 7 p.m. Early voting turnout indicated a record …...
  • Equipment problems don’t slow down voters in Glenview, Northbrook

     
    A few equipment glitches haven’t prevented voting from moving smoothly this election day, election judges in Glenview and Northbrook said. “We’ve had a heck of …...
  • McCarthy poised to return to Assembly in 37th House District

     
    Rep. Kevin McCarthy, D-Orland Park, was narrowly leading his Republican challenger Jeffrey Junkas as the vote totals rolled in Tuesday night. With 100 percent of …...
  • Scott’s ground game and Sink’s South Florida flop

     
    In the aftermath of Florida's closest gubernatorial contest in more than century, Democrats were heaping a lot of the blame on the anti-Washington ”wave.” “I think what we saw, by and large, is Democrats were fighting uphill...
  • Armando Ramirez insists on a recount in Osceola vote

     
    Osceola community activist Armando Ramirez came close last Tuesday to unseating county commissioner John Quiñones, who in the end was declared the winner by a  mere 50 votes or just .58 percent. It is the closest Ramirez has ever come to winning an...
  • LeBron James finalist for Time Magazine’s Person of the Year

     
    There's no question that LeBron James enjoys the spotlight. But the King showed a bit of humility when he learned his name was among the 25 finalists for the annual "Person of the Year" by Time Magazine....
  • Glen Ellyn caucus kicks off early voting

     
    Glen Ellyn residents interested in participating in the caucus nominating process can cast their ballots early. Since 1931, the Civic Betterment Party has served as …...
  • 'American Idol': Early voting could happen online

     
    One more possible change to "Idol's" 10th season: There are reports that fans will be able to vote online in the early stages of the show....
  • Twelve candidates vie for six school board seats

     
    With elections four months away, 12 candidates have their sights set on six seats up for grabs in Evanston’s school board elections. Six candidates will …...
  • Ticket Replay: Quietly, America's Election Day becomes Election Month

     
    Early voting fundamentally changes the way Americans cast their ballot -- and the way candidates campaign....