- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Chicagoans Googled ‘Coronavirus’ And ‘Election Results’ A LOT In 2020. Here Were The Other Trends
To celebrate the end of the year, Google is also putting out a song from Chance the Rapper and the Chicago Children's Choir.
Biden Wins And Chicagoans Celebrate With Champagne, Fireworks, Dancing In The Street: ‘Pure Joy’
"The changes that our country was going through the past four years and the hate and vitriol that was coming out of the president's mouth; everything that's happened with the pandemic and social justice — we needed a change. A major one."
Teens Attacked After Chalking ‘Biden 2020’ In South Loop Park, Video Shows
A woman and man harassed the teens, who were babysitting, and then hit them, pulled them down and kicked them, one of the victims said.
As Presidential Election Awaits Result, Chicagoans Push To Count Every Vote: ‘The Will Of The People Will Be Heard Today’
Chicagoans marched Downtown and on the Northwest Side on Wednesday night as part of nationwide demonstrations battling voter suppression.
Late-Night Bar Tai’s Til 4 Survives Referendum To Ban Booze On Its Block: ‘It’s A Huge Sigh Of Relief’
A dry-precinct ballot measure that would have likely shut the 4 a.m. bar down failed to pass in Tuesday's election.
Here’s How Every Chicago Ward Voted In The 2020 Presidential Election
Biden won Chicago with more than 82 percent of the vote, according to unofficial election results.
2020 Election Could Change The Way Chicago Votes Forever After ‘Huge Success’ Of Mail-In, Early Voting
The city's focus on vote-by-mail, early voting and super sites proved to be successful, and secured drop boxes were wildly popular with voters.
Graduated Income Tax Fails Despite Overwhelming Support From Chicagoans
The measure would have allowed for higher income tax levels for wealthier residents.
Kim Foxx Claims Victory In Cook County State’s Attorney Race, Defeating Pat O’Brien
Foxx has been an advocate of criminal justice reform and has said she wants to create a Chicago that is more equal.
Joe Biden Wins Illinois — But He And Trump Are Locked In A Close Battle For The Presidency
Several organizations are planning Chicago rallies for Wednesday and beyond to demand the election be decided fairly.
Burst Pipe Shuts Down West Town Voting Site, But Ballots Should Be Safe, Officials Say
People affected by the shutdown have been told to vote at the Goldblatt's Building.
City Warns Of Election Night Protests — But Few In Works So Far
Six locations in the city could see protests tonight, according to the city.
You Can’t Drink In A Bar Right Now, But Some Can Vote In One At Bucktown’s Club Lucky Tavern
Owner Jim Higgins has offered up Club Lucky as a polling place on Election Day since 1990. He said he felt it was his civic duty.
Chicago Seeing Big Turnout For Election — And It’s Led By Young People
The city's on pace to see 1.1 million to 1.2 million ballots cast.
With Car Caravans And Megaphones, Groups Get Creative Urging Latino Neighborhoods To Vote
For the first time this year, Latinos are expected to be the nation’s largest racial or ethnic minority eligible to vote in a U.S. presidential election, according to Pew Research Center.
Election Day Trouble? Call These Lawyers If You See Something Sketchy At The Polls
People with questions and concerns can call the independent, free Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights at 866-687-8683.
Election Day 2020 Chicago Live Blog: Kim Foxx Claims Win In State’s Attorney Race, Fate Of Fair Tax Amendment Unclear
Voters lined up outside the United Center and other polling places across the city as early as 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Chicagoans Should Wear Masks When Voting, Officials Urge
Polling places will provide masks to people who do not have an appropriate face covering.
Still No Confirmation Your Mail-In Ballot Has Been Processed? Here’s How You Can Vote In Person On Election Day
If your mail-in ballot still hasn't been marked as "received," election judges can help you vote in person and ensure your vote isn't counted twice.
When Will Results Come In? How Are Votes Counted? Here’s What To Expect On Election Day In Chicago
"We're expecting that this election night will be no different than past election nights," said Marisel Hernandez, chair of the Chicago Board of Elections.