Voters will be choosing Chicago’s next mayor today and a new treasurer, too.
The Chicago Tribune reported that as of Monday night, a total of more than 121,000 votes had been cast since March 15 when early voting began. More than 16,000 people had voted early Monday by just before 6 p.m., which was the most early voters on a single day since March 15, according to the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners.
Preckwinkle’s schedule for Tuesday was to include an afternoon stop at Sayre Elementary Language Academy, where she planned to greet voters along with 29th Ward Ald. Chris Taliaferro and Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson.
To find your polling place, click here. Polls will be open until 7 p.m.