With so many important races happening across Chicago, it can be tough to know which ward you're in - and thus, who's on your ballot. That's why we've created a tool to help you learn who's running for mayor and to represent you on City Council for the next four years.
Enter your address below (be sure to include the street direction and street suffix) and it will tell you your ward, as well as which races will be on your ballot. Most wards will have just two citywide races, mayor and treasurer, but in 15 of Chicago's 50 wards, two aldermanic candidates will go head-to-head after no candidate took more than 50 percent of the vote in the previous municipal election on Feb. 26.
Source: Chicago Board of Elections
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Election Day is April 2, but you can early vote every day before then to avoid the rush. You can find all the early voting locations in Chicago here. If you vote on Election Day, you will have to go to your specific polling place.
If you're not registered in Illinois but still want to vote, it's not too late! You can take advantage of grace period registration through Election Day. You simply have to bring two forms of identification, one with your current address, to your polling place and be prepared to vote at the same time.
To see your complete sample ballot, be sure to visit the Chicago Board of Elections' website. Happy voting!