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Information for Voters

June 28, 2022 Democratic Primary Election

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   Click here to register to vote online using an IL driver’s license or an IL state ID

   Click here for information on Early Voting & Registration – Register (with 2 forms of ID) and vote during the same visit.

   Click here to find your Election Day precinct polling place – Register (with 2 forms of ID) and vote during the same visit.

Early Voting & Registration – Learn More  – Any Chicago voter may vote in-person on or before Election Day at any Chicago Early Voting location. – Voter registration services are available at every Early Voting location.  – When you need ID to register or vote, and types of ID you may use.

Vote By Mail – Learn More No excuse is needed. All Chicago voters may Vote By Mail.

  – March 30, 2022 – First day to apply to Vote By Mail for the June 2022 Primary.
  – May 19, 2022 – First day for Vote By Mail ballots to be mailed to voters.
  – June 23, 2022 – Last day for the Board to receive new Vote By Mail applications.
  – June 28, 2022 – Last day for postmark on the Ballot Return Envelope if returning by mail.
  – June 28, 2022 – If a voter decides not to return the Vote By Mail ballot, the voter may submit the Vote By Mail ballot to the judges at the precinct and polling place for that voter’s home address, and then cast a ballot in person. If the Vote By Mail ballot was lost or did not arrive, the voter may sign a “cancellation of Vote By Mail ballot affidavit” and cast a provisional ballot, also at the precinct and polling place for that voter’s home address.
  – July 12, 2022 – Last day that a mailed Vote By Mail ballot (postmarked or certified June 28 or earlier) may arrive at the Election Board to be included in the count.

ELECTION DAY: TUES., JUNE 28, 2022 – Learn more On Election Day, a voter may cast a ballot at the polling place assigned to that voter’s registration precinct. Hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Find your precinct polling place here.

Paid for and authorized by Friends of Judge Kerrie Maloney Laytin. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.

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