Chicago polls go well — despite punches, broken machines, wrong ballots and 'invisible ink'

Why don’t we ever monitor elections in Chicago? They have all of the fun!

Chicago elections wouldn’t be Chicago elections without a few hiccups, even though voting throughout the region went smoothly overall Tuesday.

Still, some voting machines broke down. Wrong ballots were given out. An election judge was arrested for allegedly punching another poll worker. And, oh yes, 20 voters cast ballots with what they were told was invisible ink.