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While the nine Chicago mayoral candidates pitch plans to address crime and policing, Chicago voters for the first time in city history will be able to vote for representatives on civilian police oversight boards, part of a growing group of reforms following years of protests about law enforcement misconduct.
Voters will cast ballots for three-member councils for each of the city’s 22 police districts. Read our full election coverage.
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