Interactive graphic: Early voting breakdown in Cook County

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Cook County Clerk David Orr has released early voting numbers for Tuesday’s primary, and while they’re only marginally down, there has been a boost in the number of people pulling Republican ballots.

Today, Bruce Rauner, railed against the possibility of so-called crossover vote, calling it an “unprecedented effort to hijack the Republican primary.”

Here’s a closer look at the numbers:

If the past two elections are an indication, voter turnout will be in the neighborhood of 25 percent:

Via Illinois Review

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