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North Side Family Basement Used As Polling Place

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Chicagoans vote in a lot of strange spots -- funeral parlors, tavern back rooms, burrito joints, pancake houses, the Drake and Sox Park, to name few.

But the Kozlowskis' basement in West Rogers Park is special. There once were hundreds of polling places in private homes just like it. Now, there are just four -- out of 1,688 voting locations citywide.

Read the whole story at Chicago Sun-Times