The ward that includes Beverly, Mount Greenwood and portions of Morgan Park has historically led the city in voter turnout.
In fact, even more voters showed up this time than in the previous municipal election on Feb. 24. Then, 17,755 ballots were cast in 57 precincts.
Both times, the 19th Ward led all 50 wards throughout the city with the largest number of total votes cast.
In the mayoral race, Mayor Rahm Emanuel captured 59 percent vs. 41 percent for Jesus "Chuy" Garcia. The ward had a 56.1 percent turnout.
The 41st Ward on the Far Northwest Side cast the second most number of total votes on Tuesday - 18,569 ballots cast in 47 precincts.
There, Emanuel won about 64 percent to 36 percent for Garcia. Turnout was 43.4 percent.
Voters in the 15th Ward on the Southwest Side cast the least number of votes. A report from the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners revealed 6,233 ballots were cast in 24 precincts in the 15 Ward on Tuesday.
The 15th Ward includes parts of Brighton Park, West Englewood, Back of the Yards and Gage Park.
Turnout was 33.7 percent, with Garcia winning 68 percent to Emanuel's 32 percent.
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