Decatur (Illinois) Review, October 31, 1920, page 23:

Election  News  Will  Be  Sent  from  Champaign.

    Several amateur radio operators of Decatur are planning to receive election returns Tuesday night by radio-phone and wireless. These will be sent by station 9-By at Champaign, beginning at seven o'clock. The messages will come on a wavelength of 350 meters.
    The wireless message will come every hour and every half-hour and the operator in Champaign will use the radio-phone every quarter after and every quarter before the hour, repeating what he had sent by wireless telegraphy. Herbert Georges, 845 North Mercer street, expects to take the returns and Dewey Otta will have his wireless outfit set up in Liston's barber shop.
November 1, 1920, page 14:

    Wireless and radio phone election reports will be sent from Rock Island instead of Champaign as announced. Operators should call 9-BY, Young & McCombs, operators on a wave length of 350 meters. The returns will start at 7 o'clock.