Former Vice President Joe Biden was the projected winner of Illinois’ Democratic primary, even as the coronavirus outbreak closed polling places, delayed voting in many precincts and led to an “extremely low” turnout.
The Associated Press called the race for Biden even as some Cook County polling places remained open an extra hour.
The Chicago Board of Elections said voter turnout was “extremely low” on election day, and residents who opted to vote by mail broke a World War II-era record, with 118,000 vote by mail applications.
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