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Chicago Board of Elections

Chicago Board of Elections
Chicago Board of Elections

2020 Election Could Change The Way Chicago Votes Forever After ‘Huge Success’ Of Mail-In, Early Voting

The city's focus on vote-by-mail, early voting and super sites proved to be successful, and secured drop boxes were wildly popular with voters.

Citywide

Early Voting Starts Thursday In Chicago. Here’s Everything You Need To Know

The Loop Super Site opens Thursday, while early voting sites open Oct. 14 in all 50 Chicago Wards.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Lessons From March Election Chaos: Recruit Poll Workers, Young And Early

Chicago election officials seek paid election judges in November, especially those who are multilingual.

Downtown

Chicago Breaks Vote By Mail Record As 121,000 People Register — And Counting

Everyone who voted in the last two years will receive an application to vote by mail, and registered voters can request a mailed ballot online.

Downtown

Healthy And Out Of Work? Make Up To $255 As An Election Judge Tuesday

Despite the closure of schools, restaurants, courthouses and other businesses, polling places will be open on Election Day — and officials badly need judges.

Downtown

In 46th Ward, Voters Must Wait Weeks To Find Out Whether Cappleman Or Lalonde Won Election

After 13,361 ballots were counted, just 23 separate James Cappleman from Marianne Lalonde.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park