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Cook County early voting shows 80% pulling Democrat ballots vs. 20% Republican

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CHICAGO – Everyone knows Cook County and the city of Chicago is controlled by Democrats and has been for decades, but Cook County Clerk David Orr's numbers about early voting Monday were stunning – and indicates just how energized Democrats are this primary season. 

Orr reported to Illinois Review of the 100,000 early voters – an historical high for early voting – the percentages of each party's ballots requests by party:

79.7% Democratic Ballots

19.8% Republican Ballots

Orr shared a graph of recent early voting numbers in Cook County compared to 2018: 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Does anyone remember the scandal and prosecution of 2 of Chicago Democrat Alderman Berny Stones operatives in 2007, who were convicted of voter fraud?
    They were Arab and Pakistani operatives – working for Stone – who were found guilty of coercing immigrant voters and old Jewish ladies into signing early voting forms, which Stone’s operatives filled in.
    Does this come as a surprise to anyone in leftist-Democrat Chicago?