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Coronavirus forces ‘entirely unprecedented’ Election Day scramble

Scrambling to deal with an election for the city’s history books, officials are now trying to relocat
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Scrambling to deal with an election for the city’s history books, officials are now trying to relocate 94 Election Day polling places in Chicago and “more than 32” in the Cook County suburbs as concerns over the coronavirus hit warp speed.
And growing numbers of election judges are pulling out of their assignments for Tuesday’s primary election — 746 in suburban Cook County alone. Reporter Rachel Hinton has the story…

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