CHICAGO — Can I vote in Chicago's runoff election if I'm not already registered?
In a word, yes.
First, check your registration status here to see if you're already registered.
The last day to register online is Tuesday, but there is a "grace period" for those who miss this deadline to register in-person between Wednesday and April 4.
During the grace period, you can register in-person at the Election Board at 69 W. Washington St. until March 23. After that, you can register at the Election Board or at 50 other locations around the city, and vote early if you choose. Each location has different days and hours it is open for grace period registration and early voting, so find your options and more info on what you need here. You must show two forms of I.D.
The last day to register for an absentee ballot is March 9.
The runoff election takes place during the Chicago Public Schools spring break, which is the week of April 6-10, so those traveling might want to vote early.
Early voting will take place March 23 through April 4.
As the April 7 runoff gets closer, chicagoelections.com will have more detailed information, a spokesman said.
In the meantime, the nitty-gritty details for the runoff can be found beginning on page 22 of this PDF.
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