Today on the Morning Shift.
- For the next two days we’ll hear Illinois voters make the case for their favorite presidential candidate. Today, we hear from Democrats — and we’ll open the phones to ask: Are you supporting Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders?
- Also: Political endorsements from newspapers, celebrities, politicians and others have been part of the political process for decades. But how effective are they really?
- Plus: When Illinois voters cast ballots next Tuesday they’ll see a whole slew of names near the bottom of the ballot: those are the folks who want to be judges. Here’s what voters should know before making their choice.
- And, we remember the work and life of Dr. Quentin Young, who died Tuesday at the age of 92.