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Chicago and Cook County election officials also have set up hotlines for voters to get help on Election Day, and to report problems at their polling places.
In the city of Chicago, voters can call the Chicago Board of Elections’ hotline at 312-269-7870 with any questions, or to report problems or irregularities at their polling place. For the hearing impaired, the TTY line is 312-269-0027.
For suburban Cook County residents, the clerk’s office provided the following numbers for help on Election Day:
Voter help line (Polling Place location, and other voter services) – English: 312-603-0906
Voter help line – Spanish: 312-603-6767
Voter help line – Chinese: 312-603-6769
Voter help line – Hindi: 312-603-6749
Voter help line – Polish: 312-603-6770
Help line for voters with disabilities: 312-603-0929
TDD (for voters with hearing disabilities): 312-603-0902
To report voter fraud, technical problems, or other irregularities: 312-603-0236