It’s Time To Vote For Joel Pollak!
Early voting begins Tuesday, October 12th at sites across the district takes place Monday through Saturday between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM and lasts until October 28th.
Unlike on Election Day, you must also bring a Photo ID in order to participate in early voting. Suburban voters must vote in suburban polling places and Chicago voters must vote in Chicago polling places, however you do not need to vote in your own town or ward.
Suburban Early Voting Locations
Wilmette – Centennial Park – 2300 Old Glenview Road
Des Plaines – City of Des Plaines – 1420 Miner St.
Evanston – Evanston Civic Center – 2100 Ridge Ave.
Glenview – Glenview Village Hall – 1225 Waukegan Road
Morton Grove – Morton Grove Village Hall – 6101 Capulina Ave.
Norridge – Norridge Village Hall – 4000 N. Olcott Ave.
Park Ridge – Park Ridge City Hall – 505 Butler Place Park Ridge
Skokie – Skokie Village Hall 5127 – Oakton St.
Skokie – Skokie Courthouse – 5600 W. Old Orchard Road
City of Chicago Early Voting Locations
40th Ward – Budlong Woods Library – 5630 N. Lincoln Ave.
41st Ward – Roden Library – 6083 N. Northwest Hwy.
44th Ward – Merlo Library – 644 W. Belmont Ave.
45th Ward – Edgebrook Library – 5331 W. Devon Ave.
46th Ward – Truman College – 1145 W. Wilson Ave.
48th Ward – Edgewater Library – 1210 W. Elmdale Ave.
49th Ward – Pottawattomie Park – 7340 N. Rogers Ave.
50th Ward – Warren Park – 6601 N. Western Ave
Grace Period Registration
Anybody who has not yet registered to vote must do so in person at the Skokie Courthouse (5600 W. Old Orchard Rd.) or at the Cook County building in Downtown Chicago (69 W. Washington)
Now is the time to make sure that this election remains free and fair. If you would like help monitor polling places, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
November 2 ELECTION DAY!
Am I Registered?
Check if you are registered to vote in Cook County: http://www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections/voterprofile/Pages/default.aspx#
Registered voters can cast absentee ballots by mail or in person before Election Day.
- Absentee voting by mail is a convenient way to cast your ballot if you are unable to get to your polling place on Election Day or to cast your ballot during Early Voting at a designated Early Voting site.
Any registered suburban Cook County voter may apply for an absentee ballot. It is no longer necessary to provide a reason.