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Jeniya Garrett, right, watches her aunt Catherina Neal vote on Election Day on Nov. 3, 2020, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago.

Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

Voting

Jeniya Garrett, right, watches her aunt Catherina Neal vote on Election Day on Nov. 3, 2020, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago.

Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap: Oct. 28, 2022

Jeniya Garrett, right, watches her aunt Catherina Neal vote on Election Day on Nov. 3, 2020, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago.

Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

   

Have you voted yet? The Illinois general election is coming up Nov. 8 and candidates up and down the ballot are making their final pitches to voters.

Meanwhile, the Nation’s Report Card shows how much learning was lost during the pandemic, reported hate crimes are up in Chicago, and more Chicago workers are unionizing as inflation and interest rates put the squeeze on many Americans.

Reset goes behind those headlines and more in our Weekly News Recap.

GUESTS: Kimberley Egonmwan, commentator for WVON and attorney

Dave McKinney, WBEZ state politics reporter

Paris Schutz, reporter and anchor, WTTW-TV

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