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Polish Elections in Chicago: Who Can Vote, and Where

By DNAinfo Staff | May 8, 2015 8:47pm
 Polish citizens will choose between 11 candidates who are vying to be the next president of Poland.
Polish citizens will choose between 11 candidates who are vying to be the next president of Poland.
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Dan Pogorzelski

CHICAGO — Just when you thought election season was over, it appears there are still more votes to be cast.

On Saturday, Polish citizens across Chicago will be able to cast their votes for one of 11 candidates to be the next president of Poland — that is, if they registered to vote before the deadline, which was earlier this week, according to Dan Pogorzelski, a dual citizen and election judge.

To vote in the election you do not have to be a citizen of the United States, but do have to be a citizen of Poland. Also, Poland requires you to register each election to eliminate any "funny business," Pogorzelski said.

Those registered to vote can at the following six polling places:

• 1530 N. Lake Shore Drive

• 4808 S. Archer Ave.

• 6100 N. Cicero Ave.

• 5341 N. Harlem Ave.

• 6544 W. Higgins Ave.

• 3636 W. Wolfram St.

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