Chicago Board of Elections Spokesperson Jim Allen: “We outsmarted ourselves by one detail” leading to belief that Andrea Raila votes wouldn’t count

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Notices in polling places across the city on primary election day informed voters that votes for Andrea Raila don’t count, due to court order. Chicago Board of Elections Spokesperson Jim Allen joins John to explain why those notices were still being shown this afternoon, after that court order was repealed.

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