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  1. Cook County, Illinois - Wikipedia

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    Cook County is the most populous county in the U.S. state of Illinois and the second-most-populous county in the United States after Los Angeles County, California. More than 40% of all residents of Illinois live in Cook County. As of 2019, the population was 5,150,233.

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      Cook County was created on January 15, 1831, out of Putnam...

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      In 2010 statistics, the largest religious group in Cook...

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      In July, temperatures in Chicago, Cook County average...

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  3. Cook County, Illinois - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Cook County is a county in the American state of Illinois. Chicago is the county seat of Cook County. Los Angeles County, California is the only county with a higher population than Cook County. About 5,231,000 people live in Cook County. This is 40.6 percent of all the people who live in Illinois.

  4. Category:Cook County, Illinois - Wikipedia

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  5. Cook County, Illinois – Wikipedia

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    Cook County är ett administrativt område i delstaten Illinois, USA, med 5 194 675 invånare. Sett till befolkningen är det USA:s näst största county (efter Los Angeles County) och har fler invånare än 29 av USA:s delstater. Drygt hälften av invånarna bor i centralorten Chicago .

    • 4 234 km² (2010)
    • Chicago
  6. List of counties in Illinois - Wikipedia

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    Note: the links in the FIPS County Code column are to the United States Census Bureaupage for that county.

    Dane County was renamed in 1840 to the current Christian County.
    The original Knox County, Illinois, became extinct with the formation of the Illinois Territory in 1809 - or, more precisely, it became Knox County, Indiana. The modern Knox County, Illinoiswas for...
    Hébert, Michael L. (2012). "Illinois County Boundaries: 1790 - Present". ILGenWeb. Archived from the original on January 26, 2016. Retrieved June 16, 2010.
    White, Jesse (March 2010). "Origin and Evolution of Illinois Counties" (PDF). Illinois Secretary of State.
    • 160 square miles (410 km²) (Putnam) – 1,184 square miles (3,070 km²) (McLean)
    • 4,836 (Hardin) – 5,194,675 (Cook)
  7. 1988 Cook County, Illinois elections - Wikipedia

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    The Cook County, Illinois general election was held on November 8, 1988. Primaries were held March 15, 1988. Elections were held for Clerk of the Circuit Court, Recorder of Deeds, State's Attorney, one seat on the Cook County Board of Appeals, three seats on the Water Reclamation District Board, and judgeships on the Circuit Court of Cook County .

    • 72.56%
  8. 1986 Cook County, Illinois elections - Wikipedia

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    The Cook County, Illinois general election was held on November 4, 1986.. Primaries were held March 18, 1986. Elections were held for the offices of Assessor, Clerk, Sheriff, State's Attorney, Superintendent of Education Service Region, Treasurer, President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, all 17 seats of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, both seats of the Cook County Board of ...

    • 55.95%
  9. 1990 Cook County, Illinois elections - Wikipedia

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    The Cook County, Illinois general election was held on November 6, 1990.. Primaries were held March 20, 1990. Elections were held for the offices of Assessor, Clerk, Sheriff, State's Attorney, Cook County Superintendent of Education Service Region, Treasurer, President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, all 17 seats of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, both seats of the Cook ...

    • 52.75%
    • Democratic
  10. 2002 Cook County, Illinois elections - Wikipedia

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    The Cook County, Illinois general election was held on November 5, 2002.. Primaries were held on March 19, 2002. Elections were held for Assessor, Clerk, Sheriff, Treasurer, President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, all 17 seats of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, all 3 seats of the Cook County Board of Review, three seats on the Water Reclamation District Board, and ...

    • 52.12%
    • 13
    • Democratic
    • 13
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