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'Dangerous to Life': City
William Jones
Pamela Zekman
A nursing home is shut down in response to the Chicago Tribune Task Force series exposing the conditions within nursing homes.
Strict Controls in 26 Other States
Last of the Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger for Bill Collectors.
Threats Rarely Materialize
Fourth of the Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger for Bill Collectors.
Pamela Zekman
Robert Unger
Third of the Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger for Bill Collectors.
Second of the Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger for Bill Collectors.
William Crawford
Robert Unger
Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger on Bill Collectors.
Agencies operate by their own rules
First of the Task Force series by Pamela Zekman, William Crawford, William Gaines and Robert Unger for Bill Collectors.
A Patchwork Quilt
Pamela Zekman
Task Force reporter Pamela Zekman delves into Illinois' election code, unpacking its most contradicting and impossible statutes and inefficiencies.
How Tribune Got Vote Fraud Story
William Currie
The Tribune reports on the experiences of reporter William Mullen, who pieced together evidence of vote fraud while working undercover as a Republican clerk in the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners office,
Pamela Zekman
William Currie
The Tribune publishes a list of those indicted for vote fraud by a federal grand jury, including poll judges, precinct captains, secretaries and clerks.
George Bliss
William Mullen
The Tribune reports that the federal government, in addition to arresting those indicted for vote fraud during the March primary, will take steps to ensure that no vote fraud happens in Chicago during the presidential election in November.
Fraud at Polls Described to House Unit
George Bliss
William Currie
The Tribune reports on hearings held by an Illinois House subcommittee charged with investigating the vote fraud in Chicago's March primary election. William Currie, the reporter who worked undercover as a clerk for the chairman of the Board of Election Commissioners also gives a brief account of the testimony of a Democrat serving as a Republican poll judge.
40 Reported Cited by U.S. Grand Jury
William Mullen
Pamela Zekman
The Tribune reports that at least 35 people were arrested by federal agents after they were indicted by a federal grand jury for vote fraud during the March primary elections in Chicago.
George Bliss
Pamela Zekman
In a press conference, chairman of the Chicago Board of Election Comissioners Stanley Kusper accused William Mullen, the reporter who worked undercover as a clerk in Kusper's office, of breaking the law because he technically held another job while collecting $20-a-day as a clerk, which is forbidden under Illinois election law.
Vote Fraud Product of Patronage
William Mullen
William Currie
Task Force reporters Mullen and Currie explore reasons why fraud was so widespread in the poll judge certification process, concluding that not only were the judges motivated by Democratic loyalties but many precinct captains feared losing their jobs if they did not yield a high Democratic voter turnout.
George Bliss
Pamela Zekman
This article reports on the first indictments after the Tribune revealed widespread vote fraud in the March 21st primary election. The three people indicted are accused of falsifying ballot applications and voting in a precinct where they did not live.
George Bliss
William Currie
The Tribune reports that a community coalition has collected 20,000 signatures on their petition to station U.S. Marshals as Chicago polling places, after widespread fraud was uncovered after the March 21st primary elections.
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