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How to Find Your Chicago-Area Polling Place For the Primary Election

Bring a government-issued photo ID if you have one to make the voting process smoother should any questions arise.



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    (Published Monday, March 5, 2018)

    You might know you're voting in Tuesday's primary election, but do you know where?

    To ensure a smooth voting process, bring a government-issued photo ID. This is not required by Illinois law, but will help to quickly clear up any potential questions about registration, address, signature, or any other issues.

    Click on your county's name to be redirected to a page where you can find your polling place:

    Cook County (Chicago voters click here)

    DeKalb County

    DuPage County

    Grundy County

    Kane County

    Kankakee County

    Kendall County

    Lake County

    LaSalle County

    McHenry County (click here for precinct maps)

    Will County

    Early voting is already underway in the state, and the primary election is set for March 20. 

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