A line snaked around the block in downtown Chicago as residents who wanted to make sure their votes were counted braved a chilly, rainy day. They turned out Thursday to cast their ballots early, weeks ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election. (Oct. 1)
Morgan Dacosta: So there's a lot of people out here, I think that are just really trying to-- make sure their voices are heard before election day. Like ready and willing to stand out here and brave the cold and the COVID uh, to make sure that my vote is counted.
Julie Jacobson: The last week or two has gotten me terrified about what's going to happen to mail-in ballots, so no monkey business I wanted to make sure my ballot was counted.
David Jacobson: | wanted to make sure that my vote was not just counted, but counted fast.