80 Thousand in Chicago and Cook County Voted Early

This was a very busy weekend for those with politics on their minds. More than 80,000 registered voters in Chicago and Cook County hit the polls to cast their vote ahead of Election Day, according to the Cook County Clerk’s Office and the Chicago Board of Elections. Election officials say this past weekend was one of the busiest weekends for voters. And if that is not impressive, more than a million voters statewide have cast ballots leading up to Tuesday’s election. Wow. 

I just can't wait until this process is over because if I see another political ad, especially the inappropriate and vulgar ones, I think I'm going to scream!

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