Hyde Parkers turned out to vote and coped with the impact of the coronavirus outbreak which caused the relocations of two area polling places and a measure of uneasiness among some voters.
News organizations and the Elections Board are forecasting lower-than-average turnout this year.
“This primary is happening in extraordinary times that we have never seen before,” tweeted the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners around 2 p.m., five hours before polling places are scheduled to close. “We admire the strength of all Chicagoans that are helping ensure our democracy continues today.”
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