With 17-year-old’s now eligible to vote in Illinois, there’s going to be a massive registration effort in the schools ahead of the March primaries.
As the last day of early voting winds down, a line to get into the main early voting center in downtown Chicago has been growing all day long, to the point it stretches for more than two blocks.
You can’t vote in the presidential election if you’re not registered. Today is the last day to do so.
Both the Cook County Clerk and the Chicago Board of Elections have redesigned their websites so voters can prepare for the election with their smartphones.
Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, and officials in Cook County are joining the effort to get everyone onboard.
With voter registrations still on the low side, local elections officials are debating whether it should be easier for people to register.
This is the last day to register to vote, and based on some numbers, not many Chicago area residents have.
The number of registered voters in Chicago is at the lowest level ever recorded, officials said Monday.