Election Day has arrived

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West Side voters who didn’t cast their ballots during early voting have until 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28th to make their choice for mayor, Chicago City Council and the new police district councils.

Nine candidates are running for mayor; a runoff between the top two vote-getters will be held April 4th if no candidate wins at least 50.1% of the vote in Tuesday’s election.

All 50 members of the Chicago City Council are up for election as well, including the three incumbents representing the 28th, 29th and 37th West Side wards.

Check here to determine which ward you live in and which race you’re voting in.

Block Club Chicago has compiled this information about West Side aldermanic candidates:

28th Ward: Candidates | Updates
29th Ward: Candidates | Updates | Upcoming forum
37th Ward: Candidates | Updates

Seven candidates are running for three spots on the 15th Police District Council. Learn more here.

Five candidates are competing for three spots on the 25th Police District Council. Learn more here.

The Chicago Sun-Times also published information about the candidates here at its election hub. There’s also a comprehensive ballot guide, a quiz you can take to find out which mayoral candidate aligns with your views, video interviews of mayoral candidates answering key questions on issues pertaining to Chicagoans and much more.

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