Here's all the info you need on upcoming elections, finding your candidates, and locating your polling place.
If you live in Chicago, at chicagoelections.gov, you can:
register to vote
change your address
apply to vote by mail
find early voting information
find the offices up for election
It's all under the voting tab at the upper left. You can also find information about serving as an election judge or look up election results on other tabs.
Runoff Early Voting in all 50 Wards of Chicago will begin Monday, March 20 and run through April 4, 2023 (Election Day). All 50 Ward Early Voting sites and the Board Supersite (191 N. Clark) will be open as vote centers on Election Day. All locations are ADA-compliant and fully accessible to voters with disabilities.
Weekdays: 9:00am- 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Election Day: 6:00am - 7:00pm (April 4)
Find your nearest location here.
At BallotReady you can easily enter your address to look up what offices are on the ballot and who is running for them, as well as find information on the candidates and the ballot measures for which you'll be voting. You can create a filled out sample ballot that you can take with you to help you vote and make a plan for when and where you'll vote.
At Ballotpedia, you can preview your ballot and also find detailed information on most current and past candidates, officeholders, and elections. They gather an incredible amount of information about local candidates all around the country.
Chicago Police District Council Info
This year, we're electing council members for each police district to represent the community to the police and to indirectly participate in nominating candidates for police commissioner. Here are some helpful resources:
Empowered Communities Voting Guide