Monday, October 24, 2016

Early Voting Is Available In The Neighborhoods Today Through November 7th

Early voting for the November 8th election is now available at sites throughout the city.
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  • You can check to make sure you're registered to vote, get a sample ballot, and find your November 8th polling place here.
There will be continued voting at 15 West Washington, and one early voting polling place per ward. You can vote at any early voting polling place anywhere in the city between October 24 and November 7, no matter your address, as long as you live in the city of Chicago. ID is not required unless it's your first time voting, but it's always a good idea to have several forms of identification with you in case there are questions about your registration.

Through Election Day, on-site voter registration is available at all sites for those who wish to vote then and there. Two forms of ID, including one with your current address, are required. Ditto if you are re-registering with a change of name or address.

The closest neighborhood polling places to Uptown are listed below. Remember that you can vote at any  polling place in the city during early voting:
  • Truman College, 1145 West Wilson
  • Merlo Library, 644 West Belmont
  • Welles Park, 2333 West Sunnyside
  • Edgewater Library, 6000 North Broadway
The entire list of early voting polling places is here.

The hours for early voting are:
  • Monday, October 24-Saturday, October 29: 9am to 5pm
  • Sunday, October 30: 10am to 4pm
  • Monday, October 31-Saturday, November 5: 9am to 7pm
  • Sunday, November 6: 10am to 4pm
  • Monday, November 7: 9am to 7pm
On November 8th, Election Day, voters must vote at their assigned precincts.

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