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Ready for election day? – Chicago Tribune

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Election day is Tuesday. This is part 3 of our guide to the Illinois midterm elections, from key races to ballot amendments, where to vote and more.

Here’s what you need to know before you vote on Tuesday.

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Governor of the Democratic Party J. B. Pritzker is using his personal trust fund to circumvent contribution limits in two races that will determine whether his party retains a 4-3 majority on the Illinois Supreme Court.

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The internal dispute between Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey’s campaign and the recently departed A Bailey political worker has raised questions about the extent of the Bailey campaign’s involvement by the conservative leader of a political action committee that backs Bailey.

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Ricky Preciado votes at Su Nueva Lavanderia in the 4300 block of West Marquette Road on Primary Election Day, June 28, 2022, in Chicago.

No matter where or how you plan to vote this fall, this guide will tell you everything you need to know.

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Former ald.  Bob Fioretti has officially filed for the Republican nomination for Cook County Board President, challenging incumbent Tony Preckwinkle.

After several failed campaigns as a Democrat, former Chicago alderman and attorney Bob Fioretti made his latest attempt to return to the political scene on the Republican side. It’s a rematch against Tony Preckwinkle, a three-term Cook County Board president.

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State Deputy Emmanuel "Chris" Welch surrounded by Governor J.  B. Pritzker and Senate President Don Harmon outside his office at the state Capitol in Springfield on April 7, 2022.

In an election year beset by a sputtering economy and divisive issues including abortion and crime, two decades of Democratic dominance in the Illinois General Assembly will be put to the test Nov. 8.

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U.S. Representative Sean Kasten speaks to constituents during a public event on May 22, 2022 in Western Springs.

After beating a fellow Democrat Marie Newman In the primary, U.S. Rep. Sean Kasten is seeking his third term in the newly reconfigured 6th Congressional District, a victory that could allow him to extend his term in the House.

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Voters, including Edward Schaefer (R), cast their ballots on the first day of early voting for the 2022 General Election at the Chicago Board of Elections website on October 7, 2022.

The final days of the Nov. 8 election campaign will continue to feature millions of dollars in TV ads from candidates for governor and a pair of state Supreme Court seats to a host of congressional and state legislative contests. But the real work for campaigns now comes down to “GOTV,” get-out-the-vote efforts to secure candidate voter turnout will turn up at the polls, along with the rest of the late-deciding, persuasive voters – a number that dwindles with each day of early and mail-in voting.

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Carolyn Drew votes in the Illinois primary election on June 28, 2022 at Kelvin Park High School in Chicago.

Here Chicago Tribune Editorial BoardSupport for the November 8 election in 2022.

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