WHO CAN REGISTER?
– be a U.S. citizen, and
– be born on or before November 8, 1998, and
– live in your precinct at least 30 days before the election, and
– not claim the right to vote elsewhere
WHEN & WHERE YOU’VE GOTTA GO
GRACE PERIOD REGISTRATION: If you are not already registered to vote, you may use grace period voter registration from October 12th through November 8th. Grace period registration and voting will be offered only at the Chicago Board of Elections at 69 W. Washington. For first time voters, please bring 2 forms of ID which shows your current address.
EARLY VOTING: From October 24th through November 7th, all 51 Early Voting sites will be open Monday through Saturday from 9am – 5pm. Go to chicagoelections.com to find a location near you. Please bring a government photo ID during early voting. For both “Grace Period” and “Early Voting” you will register and vote in the same day.
ELECTION DAY: NOVEMBER 8TH, 2016! Polling locations are open from 6am to 7pm. Find your nearest polling location here! Finding a polling location for someone else? Find the complete list of polling locations here.
OTHER KEY DATES:
- October 11: Paper Registration Deadline
- October 23: Online Voter Registration Deadline