Chicago, IL-(ENESPF)- Unofficial April 2, 2019, Consolidated Primary Election township – and precinct-level results for suburban Cook County can now be viewed online at cookcountyclerk.com or via this PDF.
Unofficial results include all precinct totals, all early voting and all mail ballots received through Election Day for the municipalities of Cicero, Dolton and Harvey.
Once on the Clerk’s Election Results page, select “view” from the “Online Results” column. Please note the download feature allows you to get an Excel document with precinct and township data by contest.
Here are some highlights from Tuesday’s election:
- Based on unofficial results, suburban Cook County turnout was about 17 percent.
- Of the 62,959 registered voters in the three municipalities, 10,682 turned out to vote.
- Harvey had the highest turnout (23%) of the three municipalities.
The unofficial results will change as mail ballots arrive over the next two weeks. According to state law, mail ballots are eligible to be counted if they are postmarked by February 26 and received by March 12. There are also provisional ballots that, if validated, will be counted.
The Clerk’s office has 21 days to certify the results. Results will be updated periodically as mail and provisional ballots are processed. For more information regarding the Suburban Cook County Consolidated Primary or the upcoming April 2 General Election visit cookcountyclerk.com.
This is from the Cook County Clerk’s office.
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