By Saturday night, half of DuPage County’s voters had cast ballots for the 2020 General Election. The combination of 171,539 early voting site voters and 156,271 mail voters totaled 327,810 at 10:15AM today, Sun., Nov. 1, 200, surpassing 50 percent percent turnout.

“In terms of ballots cast, we’ve already hit the three-quarter mark of 2016 record final turnout – 434,050 – less than two days from Election Day,” DuPage County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek said in a news release. “Nationwide, high voter turnout has been predicted for months. It appears that so far the numbers in DuPage are fulfilling that prediction, despite the ongoing pandemic.”

“At this rate, even light turnout on Nov. 3 would break the record. I believe we’ll make it, especially with the highest number of registered voters going into a general election,” Kaczmarek said. “The forecast for Tuesday is warm and sunny – absolute perfect weather for voting.”

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