Chicago voters head to the polls on Tuesday to cast ballots for mayor, city clerk, city treasurer and all 50 city aldermen.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m, and the website of the Chicago Board of Elections has a tool that allows voters to verify their registration, locate their polling place and obtain a sample ballot.
Voters should call Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office if they observe or encounter any suspected improper or illegal activating in Tuesday's contests. Chicago voters can call 1-866-536-3496.
Voters have the right to cast a ballot if they are in line by the time polls close at 7 p.m.
If the voter makes a mistake on a paper ballot and it hasn't been cast, the voter has the right to receive a replacement ballot.
Also, voters can take unpaid time from work to vote, but no more than two successive hours.
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