The Department of Justice is suing the State Board of Elections for allegedly not releasing enough information on the election to replace Jesse Jackson Jr (pictured).  The DOJ claims military men and women serving overseas didn't get their absentee ballots by the deadline last Saturday, and according to the suit, may not get them for at least two more weeks.  

The primary election for the 2nd Congressional district is February 26th.  Overseas military personnel are supposed to have the ballots at least 45 days in advance.

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