Voters cast their ballots at the Loop Super Site, 191 N. Clark St. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

As the Illinois primary election got off to a rough start Tuesday morning, Chicago election officials blamed Gov. JB Pritzker for failing to heed their call to cancel in-person voting and conduct the election entirely by mail, and the governor accused them of playing politics during a pandemic.

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