Mail Voting Process




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Published on May 12, 2015


Each election, the Cook County Clerk's Office receives thousands of mail ballots from suburban Cook County voters.

Processing mail ballots is a multi-step process that and lasts for two weeks after Election Day, the deadline for mail ballots to be received and counted. (Official Clerk's Office Video Filmed and Edited by Cody Davis)

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