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Early Voting

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Downtown »

With one more day of early voting to go, 9 percent more ballots have been cast in 2016 than in 2008.

Rogers Park »

Voter registration will be available at any polling place.

Jefferson Park »

Starting Oct. 24, an early voting station will be open in each of the city's 50 wards.

The Loop »

More than 1,300 people registered to vote in Chicago after Sunday night's debate, officials said.

Portage Park »

Across the Far NW Side, the number of early voters jumped an average of 20 percent, officials said.

Norwood Park »

Voters are not required to bring identification, election officials said  

The Loop »

Same-day registration will not apply Tuesday, and absentee ballots must be postmarked Monday.

Lincoln Square »

The 47th Ward has turned out big for early voting, even without an aldermanic runoff on the ballot.

Jefferson Park »

Voters must bring an identification card, election officials said.

Portage Park »

A record number of early votes has been cast in the 38th Ward race.

Jefferson Park »

John Garrido offered voters 10 percent off at local restaurants if they showed their voting receipts.  

Bronzeville »

Obama returned to Chicago and was asked for an ID before he voted.