Pre-election Day Early Voting Keeps Record Pace With 4 Days To Go

Historic number of suburban Cook County voters cast Early, Mail ballots
Chicago, IL-(ENEWSPF)- With four days of Early Voting remaining in the 2016 Presidential Election, a record number of suburban Cook County voters have taken part in both in-person Early Voting and Mail Voting, Cook County Clerk David Orr announced Friday.

Through all forms of pre-Election Day voting combined – Early in-person, Mail, and Grace Period – nearly 285,000 suburban Cook County voters had voted through Thursday.

As of Friday afternoon, 4,848 people had voted early at

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