Early voting began Jan 26 and continues until Election Day, which is Feb. 28. Chicago voters can cast their ballots now at the voter supersite at 191 N. Clark and the election board offices at 69 W. Washington.
There are early voting sites across the city and on the West Side; they’re open seven days a week. If you have registered yet to vote, you can do so at any of these sites. If you prefer to vote by mail, you can drop off your sealed and completed ballot at a secure lock box any any Chicago early voting site. Election Day is Nov. 3.
Chicago residents can vote at any one of 51 sites that are open from now through Monday, March 16 – the day before the Illinois primary. Voters will be casting ballots in a number of races, including president, U.S. House and Senate, Cook County state’s attorney and local judges.
Less than 100 residents of the 29th and 37th Wards have cast their ballots in the March 20 primary. Early voting can be done at a Downtown site through March 4, then at a few Austin locations starting March 5.