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As of 3:45 p.m. Sunday, 129,957 early votes had been cast in Chicago, according to James Allen of the Chicago Board of Elections, shattering records for a primary election in the city.
The previous record was set during the 2008 primary election when 81,690 early ballots were cast. In that election, President Barack Obama and Arizona Senator John McCain won the state's Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.
This year, Democrats have accounted for 90 percent of early voting in Chicago, with Republicans accounting for 10 percent. In 2008, voter turnout was 93 percent Democrat and 6 percent Republican. In 2012, Democrats accounted for 81 percent of early votes, while Republicans accounted for 18 percent.
Bernie all the way!!! I have a friend in Puerto Rico who begged me to make sure I got out there and voted. Anything but Trump.
originally posted by: UKTruth
Trump tweeting that he thinks he has won Florida big form the numbers he is seeing.
Rubio is being slauthered in Florida.
We can expect a concession speech in the next few days methinks. I guess Cruz was right, it will be a two man show come the weekend.