Union Federation Appeals to Female VotersThe union is also sending out 65,000 election mailers to get the attention of women.
Franks Wins in 'Do-Over' Election in Missouri House DistrictThe re-do election for the 78th District was required over concerns about absentee voting.
Rodney Hubbard Accused of Election FraudBoth Rodney and Penny Hubbard are under suspicion of misusing absentee ballots during their respective primaries.
Missouri Appeals Court Hears Penny Hubbard CaseThe Appeals Court has to decide before Friday.
Judge Orders Special Election for Missouri House, District 78The order stops short of faulting State Rep. Penny Hubbard for any wrongdoing.
Report: Illinois' Unpaid Bills Could Reach $14B Next YearThe temporary budget agreement between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrats who run the Legislature adds to the state's fiscal problems.
Illinois Elections System Hack Prompts FBI Warning to StatesThe online voter-registration system was shut down July 13 when officials noted an unusually high amount of traffic.
Voters Fear Hackers Rigging November ElectionDemocratic Director of Elections Mary Wheeler Jones says vote tallies are not transmitted online or through wireless connections where they would be accessible to hackers.
Chicago Man Sues House Speaker Madigan Over Failed Primary``This isn't about me being a sore loser. It isn't about me crying because I lost. It's about justice,'' Gonzales said. ``This stuff has got to stop.''
Missouri County Commissioner Race Ends in a TieThe county's election verification board will select one precinct at random for a recount.
St. Louis New Circuit Attorney Changes National TrendIn 2015, 95 percent of elected prosecutors in the U.S. were white, but St. Louis has just elected Kim Gardner.
Missouri Primary Voter Turnout Lower Than ExpectedAbout 24.8 percent of voters participated, which is lower than expected.