A lot of the names on your ballot this election will be judges. Some have yes-or-no boxes, others have single names to vote for. How can you know who to vote for or what exactly your vote means? Let’s break it all down.
When it comes to election judges, Chicago is in better shape than any previous November election in the last 30 years, election officials said Thursday. According to the Chicago Board of Elections, as of Monday, the city had hired nearly all of the 13,000 judges it needs. So far, 12,659 judges have been assigned but the board has roughly 900…