CHICAGO — Over 3,000 same-sex couples in Chicago said "I do" to each other over the last year.
Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of when it became legal for same-sex couples to marry in Cook County.
The County Clerk's office released a report Wednesday.
The 60640 ZIP code, which primarily covers Uptown, led the way with same-sex married couples at 371.
The 60660 ZIP code just to the north, which covers Andersonville and Edgewater, was in second place at 273.
Only two of Chicago's ZIP codes had zero same-sex couples get hitched in its first year: the Far South Side's 60827 and West Side's 60707.
Here's a map showing the breakdown of same-sex marriage across the city:
Other highlights in the clerk's report:
• Spouses from Chicago ranged from 17 years old to 93. The average age was 42.
• More than 1,800 couples came from out-of-state to get married in Cook County. Of those, 319 couples came from Michigan, where same-sex marriage isn't legal.
• About 68 percent of the people getting married were white. Hispanics made up 14 percent of the spouses, while African-Americans made up 13 percent.
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