Early Voting on Loop ‘Supersite’ for Chicago Municipal Elections Begins Tomorrow – NBC Chicago

While Election Day may still be more than a month away for Chicago’s 2023 municipal elections, voters can head to the polls as early as tomorrow at polling “supersite” locations in the Loop.

Voters can vote both at the main voter site at 191 North Clark Street, as well as at the Board of Elections offices on the sixth floor at 69 West Washington Street, with polls opening at 9 a.m. Thursday.

Early voting in all 50 wards will begin on Monday, February 13 and continue on Election Day on Tuesday, February 28.

A full list of all early voting locations and times can be found here.

For Chicago residents voting by mail, secure drop boxes will be open and available at both Loop supersites beginning Thursday.

Early voting sites for all 50 wards and the voter supersite at 191 North Clark Street will also be open on Election Day. The Board of Elections office supersite will not operate as a polling station on Election Day.

In addition to the mayoral election, elections for city council members in all 50 wards will also be held, in addition to candidates for an elected police district board.

NBC Chicago

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