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Expanded Early Voting for the November 8 Presidential Election began this morning with an announcement by Cook County Clerk David Orr and officials from the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago.

The 52 Early Voting sites throughout suburban Cook County are an increase over the 43 sites the Clerk’s office operated for the Presidential Primary.

Suburban Cook County voters can vote early at any one of the 52 early voting sites throughout suburban Cook County, in addition to the Clerk’s main office at 69 W. Washington St., Chicago.

Cook County residents who missed the voter registration deadline for this election can still register at any of the early voting sites. During this grace period, voters not yet registered must provide two forms of identification to register and must vote in person at the time that they register.

Suburban Cook County voters can find a map and list of the Early Voting locations and their hours at cookcountyclerk.com/earlyvoting