While early voting continues through tomorrow, Chicago voters have already set an early vote total record and are on pace to surpass 2012’s 24% early vote share. So far, 284,506 people have voted in Chicago, while 315,875 have voted in suburban Cook County. The previous Chicago early vote total record was 260,378 for the November 2008 election.

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