Qualifications to Register to Vote

To register to vote, you must:
 - be a U.S. citizen, and
 - be born on or before April 2, 2001, and
 - live in your precinct at least 30 days before the election, and - not claim the right to vote elsewhere; and - not be in prison/jail serving time for a conviction. (Note: Ex-convicts who have been released from prison/jail and who meet all other requirements listed above are eligible to register and vote in Illinois. Ex-convicts who have been released and are on parole/probation ARE eligible to register and vote in Illinois.)

Apply to Vote By Mail

Any Chicago voter may file online here to Vote By Mail for the March 2020 Primary. No reason or excuse is needed to Vote By Mail. The Board anticipates that ballots will be available to be mailed in mid- to late-February 2020.

Checking Your Voter Registration Status
• Locate your precinct polling place for voting or registering on Election Day

• Verify your voter registration (if you include your last name below)
• Obtain a sample ballot
• Find contact information for your public officials
• Check the status of your Vote-By-Mail application (if you include your last name below)

City of Chicago Preliminary List of Election Day Polling Places
• List of all polling places, by ward and precinct


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