Chicagoans seem to have a propensity for voting this electoral season, with 14,376 votes cast through Monday evening at the two Loop voting locations since the first opened on September 29, according to data provided by the Chicago Board of Elections. Meanwhile, suburban voters, with polls at a Loop location and four suburban courthouses, are lagging far behind, with only 3,108 votes cast during the same time period, according to data provided by the Cook County Clerk.

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