(WTTW News)

Starting Monday, voters in Chicago will have more places to cast their ballots ahead of the Illinois primary election on March 19.

Early voter in a voting booth at the Chicago Board of Elections Loop Supersite at 191 N. Clark St. on Feb. 15. (WTTW News)

The Chicago Board of Elections offices on the sixth floor of 69 W. Washington St. and its Loop Supersite at 191 N. Clark St. will reopen for early voting on Wednesday at 9 a.m.

As expected, no incumbent congressman in the Chicago metro area appears to have been knocked off the general election ballot by primary challengers.

Incumbent Bobby Rush and Alderman Howard Brookins Jr. discuss their race for the Democratic nomination in the 1st Congressional District. 

Hear from two of the three Republican candidates running on March 15 to unseat 11th District Democratic Congressman Bill Foster.

The two candidates looking for the Democratic nomination in the north suburban 10th Congressional District are here to talk about why they want to challenge Republican incumbent Bob Dold in November.

Carol Marin

Illinois was pegged as a pivotal win for GOP presidential hopefuls. Mitt Romney won big, but there were very few surprises in state elections. Carol Marin and her panel have the details.