Chicago’s early voting total has reached about 10% of the total registered electorate of 1.5 million people, putting it on pace to reach 2012’s early vote turnout, possibly 2008. As of Monday evening, 155,149 people have early voted in Chicago. 145,883 people have early voted in suburban Cook County during the same period.

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