Early Voting Locations
Chicago Students Take Civics Lesson To The Polling PlaceWho says young people don't care about civics? CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Early Voting For Primary Election Begins Across IllinoisEarly voting in the primary elections in Illinois began on Monday at more than 50 locations in Chicago, and dozens more in the suburbs.
Early Voting Begins Monday For Illinois PrimaryIn campaign 2016, the handling of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by Chicago Police is a big issue in one of the races in the primary election next month.
Early Voting For Runoffs Outpacing February ElectionChicago election officials said they’re hopeful for good turnout for the runoff elections on Tuesday, with the contest for mayor and 18 aldermanic seats up for grabs.
Early Voting Off To Strong Start For Mayoral Runoff ElectionFor the second consecutive day Tuesday, Chicago election board officials said the early voting turnout was a record.
Early Voting Begins For April 7 RunoffPolls are open for early voting from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays through April 4 in all 50 wards. Early voting also will be available on Sunday, March 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at every location.
Early Voting For Chicago Runoff Election Begins MondayEarly voting for the April 7 runoff election begins Monday.
Chicago Voters Still Can Cast Ballots Ahead Of Election DayThe Chicago Board of Election Commissioners says in-person absentee voting will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Early Voting Ends Saturday; Officials Remind Voters No Do-OversChicago election officials were urging voters to get it right the first time if they take advantage of early voting in the upcoming city elections, because there are no do-overs.
Voters Beware: Don’t Rely On City Website To Find Your New WardAt the beginning of 2012, the City Council approved a new ward map. Sadly, the city's website hasn't gotten the memo yet.
You Can Still Register To Vote In Case You Want To, You Know, Exercise That RightIt's offensive to me when someone isn't registered to vote. You're not only choosing to leave yourself out of the democratic process, but risking the future of 2.7 million Chicagoans. That includes me. So stop it.