CHICAGO — You might not be able to vote in person at Sox Park or Wrigley Field, but you can drop off your ballot there on Election Day.
The Chicago Board of Elections is setting up ballot dropoff boxes at the famed baseball parks. People who are voting by mail will be able to bring their ballots to the boxes and leave them there 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Board of Elections.
Wrigley Field’s drop box will be at the Gallagher Way Gate on Clark Street. Guaranteed Rate Field’s drop box will be on Shields Avenue north of 35th Street, and it will have drive-up service.
The drop boxes at the ballparks will only be available Tuesday, and they should only be used by Chicago voters.
The city also has drop boxes at all of its 51 early voting sites. Voters can drop off mail-in ballots at any those sites any day through Tuesday.
Officials recommend people voting by mail take their ballots to the dropoff boxes rather than mail them in to ensure they arrive on time and are counted for the election.
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