With the presidential election three weeks away and early voting underway since September 29, the Board of Elections Commissioners spent their testimony updating aldermen on registration numbers and planned voter information campaigns at their roughly 40 minute hearing Tuesday. And it was not without some sarcasm regarding Chicago’s history of voter fraud and questions about one presidential candidate’s claim of this year’s “rigged election.”

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