Dr. Sean Kim Butorac talked suburban voting on election day
As the country remained on track to see a record number of voters, suburban Chicago polling places played a role in shaping American history. From first-time voters to frequent voters, people made their voices heard come election day.
Dr. Sean Kim Butorac, assistant professor of political science at North Central College, interviewed with NBC 5 Chicago reporter Chris Coffey, who shared that the suburbs are changing the way they vote and people were motivated to get to the polls.
“Suburban voters have indicated the things they’re concerned about right now are primarily education as well as the coronavirus and the ongoing response to this public health pandemic,” said Kim Butorac.