JUNE 27, 2007 | ISSUE NUMBER 113
In January 2007, Illinois residents and other Web surfers were introduced to Chicago Wonk, a Web site where users could read about issues that affect the city and vote on how they feel. Since its launch, Wonk has gained hundreds of subscribers and a committed group of daily voters. But the editors' desire to improve the site and share it with more people has forced a temporary pause to the daily policy poll.
Should Chicago Wonk come back?