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A New Voting 'Super Site' Opens Its Doors In Downtown Chicago

Presidential elections historically bring out more people to cast ballots. This year, to accommodate the crush of voters, the Chicago Board of Election opened a big space in the downtown area to get in as many early voters as they can through November 8th.

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Presidential elections historically bring out more people to cast ballots. This year, to accommodate the crush of voters, the Chicago Board of Election opened a big space in the downtown area to get in as many early voters as they can through November 8th.

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