Early Voting begins Monday and is available through April 4 for Chicago's April 7 runoff election.
As in previous Early Voting periods, 51 locations will be available with voter registration services available at each site.
Jim Allen, the communications director for the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, said the number of people taking part in Early Voting could exceed the number seen in February because of Spring Break periods for Chicago-area schools.
Chicago has already surpassed the 29,000 applications for vote-by-mail ballots from February -- and vote-by-mail applications can be taken at the Chicago Board of Elections office through April 2.
The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners website has full details about Early Voting, as well as a tool that voters can use to check registration status and view a sample ballot.