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Few Reports Of Problems In Chicago Area In Early Hours Of Election Day

CHICAGO (CBS) — Despite a massive turnout in Chicago and the Cook County suburbs on Election Day, officials have reported only a few problems at polling places on Tuesday. 212 more words


Cook County Officials Launch Major Voter Registration Drive

CHICAGO (CBS) — On the day after the first presidential debate, the Cook County Clerk’s office was hosting nearly 100 voter registration events across the county to mark National Voter Registration Day. 183 more words


Cook County Issues 10,000th Same-Sex Marriage License

Usually people want to be first, but in this case, being number 10,000 paid off!

Terry and Tony were the 10,000th same-sex couple to get a marriage license in Cook County. 142 more words


Cook County Inches Closer To 10,000 Same-Sex Marriages

CHICAGO (CBS) — Cook County officials expect to issue the county’s 10,000th same-sex marriage license this week.

Cook County became the first in Illinois to allow same-sex couples to wed in February of 2014. 594 more words


In Brief: W. Suburban Mayors Endorse Clerk Brown; Senior Freeze Exemption Workshop; Online Voter Registration

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 || By Michael Romain 

A group of West Suburban mayors, including Maywood Mayor Edwenna Perkins and Bellwood Mayor Frank Pasquale, have formally endorsed Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown’s re-election bid. 539 more words


Being The First Couple To Get A 2016 Cook County Marriage License Has Its Perks!

Getting married in the Cook County Clerk’s office may not be the most romantic place to tie the knot, but if you’re the first one of 2016, it has some serious perks. 95 more words