Income and party were two key factors driving the outcome of election contests from president to local referenda in the March 20 primary, according to a Post-Election Report for Suburban Cook County released today by Cook County Clerk David Orr.
Voting and Elections
Originally posted on the Cook County Clerk’s website
In seven contests where candidates are divided by four votes or less, the election is not yet over, Cook County Clerk David Orr said Thursday.
Cook County Clerk David Orr reminds voters that Early Voting begins today, March 25 for the April 9 Consolidated Election.
The Democratic nominee for the 2nd Congressional District will have the top ballot position in the April 9, 2013 Election following a drawing conducted on February 28th by Cook County Clerk David Orr and Deputy Director of Elections Noah Praetz.
Originally published Monday, October 22, 2012 at the Cook County Clerk's website:
Cook County Clerk David Orr reminds voters tomorrow is the last chance to participate in Early Voting before Tuesday's Presidential Primary.
Early Voting for the March 20 Presidential Primary Election is set to start Monday, February 27 at 42 locations in suburban Cook County and one in downtown Chicago, according to Cook County Clerk David Orr
For the first time in a Presidential Primary Election, all voters in Illinois may request a mail ballot to cast their vote, Clerk David Orr announced Thursday.
2,100 candidates will be running for municipal, school, park, library and fire district offices in suburban Cook County on April 5, 2011, according to Cook County Clerk David Orr.