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Runoff Season Enters the Homestretch

Voters head to the polls Tuesday to decide Chicago's first mayoral runoff since the city changed to a nonpartisan election system. They'll also decide who will represent 18 wards in the City Council, and some incumbents could be thrown out. We analyze the mayoral and aldermanic races with a panel of political experts. Joining us are Chicago Sun-Times reporter Laura Washington, Northwestern University assistant professor Tom Ogorzalek, and Chicago Tribune reporter Bill Ruthhart.

View the latest weekly poll for the mayor’s race conducted by Ogden & Fry.

View graphs of the weekly polls conducted by Ogden & Fry. 

Chicago voters cast a total of 142,344 unofficial Early Voting ballots through Saturday, April 4, according to the Chicago Board of Elections Commission. Click on a ward in the map below to learn how many Early Voting ballots were cast in that ward. 

View the map below to see how many early voting and absentee ballots were cast in each ward. 

Courtesy of Tom Ogorzalek

- Courtesy of Tom Ogorzalek

View the map below to see how the mayoral candidates fared in wards with aldermanic runoffs during the February election.

Courtesy of Tom Ogorzalek

- Courtesy of Tom Ogorzalek