Early Voting for Gubernatorial Primary Begins

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Early voting for the March 20 Gubernatorial Primary Election began on Monday, with Cook County Clerk David Orr and the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners kicking it off with an announcement and demonstration of early voting at the city’s Early Voting Loop “Super Site.” Suburban Cook County voters have 53 sites to choose from the to vote early -ten more than were open for the 2016 Presidential Primary Election. The sites -including those at suburban courthouses -are all open seven days a week, up to the day before Election Day. Voters who want to avoid the possibility of lines at the polling place on Election Day can also vote from the comfort of their homes, via Vote by Mail. Voters can apply online for a Vote by Mail ballot. The ballot must be returned to the Clerk’s Office by Election Day. Mail ballots postmarked by Election Day will be accepted by the Clerk’s Office up to 14 days after the election. Suburban Cook County voters can find a map and list of the Early Voting locations and their hours at cookcountyclerk.com/earlyvoting.

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