Early voting ahead of Chicago mayoral runoff outpaces 2019 race
CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago is seeing a big turnout in early voting for the runoff election.
As of Thursday night, almost 44,000 ballots had already been cast. Compare that to the 2019 runoff election with 11 days out, about 28,000 people had voted early.
Paul Vallas was endorsed Thursday by leaders of the Cook County Democratic Women Organization.
Brandon Johnson spoke about affordable housing Thursday night. He met with voters at the Island Terrace apartments at 64th and Stony Island.
Coming up on Tuesday, CBS 2 Chicago, along with our partners, the Business Leadership Council, Chicago Urban League, National Association of Black Journalists Chicago, and WVON will host a debate with Johnson and Vallas.
It will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday. You can also stream it on our platforms and watch it on CBS 2.
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