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Spanish-speaking election judges from both parties are needed to work the April 1 consolidated election in suburban Cook County, Cook County Clerk David Orr announced.
With the backing of several senior organizations and the League of Women Voters, Cook County Clerk David Orr wants to make it more convenient for senior voters to cast ballots by easing absentee voting restrictions in Illinois.
Tuesday, March 4, is the final day that Chicago and suburban Cook County residents can register to vote in the April 1 consolidated election, Cook County Clerk David Orr announced.
Chicago voters won’t be the only ones heading to the polls on February 25, noted Cook County Clerk David Orr, who administers elections in suburban Cook County.
More than 2,300 candidates are vying for 750 offices throughout suburban Cook County on April 1, but voters don’t always know who’s running or even what offices are on the ballot in these odd-numbered year elections.
Prospective candidates interested in running for office in the April 1 local municipal and school board elections in suburban Cook County can file their nominating petitions beginning January 13, Cook County Clerk David Orr said.
In an effort to limit errors and make reduce voter confusion on Election Day, Cook County Clerk David Orr urged voters to check their ballots for hanging and dimpled chads after they finish making their selections.
Student judges get firsthand view of democracy
Congress and the Illinois General Assembly have each passed versions of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) that will bring fundamental changes to how elections are conducted in Illinois and throughout the country.
New locations established for Schaumburg, Hanover precincts