25 Odd Places to Vote In Chicago for Runoff Election

Polling places for the April 7 election that add more fun to the civic duty of voting.

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These polling places for the April 7 election have put a new spin on the civic duty of voting. Click through to see the polling places where voters can do more than just vote.
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4th Ward: Originally completed in 1885, the Dearborn Street Train Station (47 W. Polk St.) is known as "the symbolic and geographic hub of development in the South Loop area."
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14th and 45th Wards: Cast your vote and buy a car too? Car Outlet (4517 S. Archer Ave.) and Mid City Nissan (4444 W. Irving Park Rd.) are two places where you can do both.
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14th and 21st Wards: Delia's Beauty Salon (2810 W. 55th St.) and Lena's Beauty College (1140 W. 87th St.) are places where people can look good and cast their vote too.
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18th Ward: Voters assigned to Bluebird Lanes (3900 W. Columbus Ave.) only strike out if they don't show up to vote.
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23rd Ward: Brighten Election Day by being surrounded with flowers at Soukal Floral Greenhouse (5336 S. Mason Ave.)
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26th Ward: Looks like the doctor prescribed the act of voting if your voting place is J Discount Pharmacy (1344 N. Western Ave.)
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14th and 30th Wards: The election might as well count as a sport, right? That's what voting at sports bars such as Guide's Sports Bar (5544 S. Archer Ave.) and City Works Sports Lounge (3456 N. Pulaski Rd.) suggests.
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40th Ward: Spend Election Day on a sweet note at Andersonville's Let Them Eat Chocolate (5306 N. Damen Ave.) lounge.
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41st Ward: It's not particularly clear where in Caldwell Woods (6358 W. Devon Ave.) voting will take place, but voting in the forest preserve may set voters' minds at ease.
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43th and 48th Wards: Help make and revisit history by voting at the Chicago History Museum (1601 N. Clark St.) and the Swedish American Museum (5211 N. Clark St.)
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47th Ward: Cast your vote at Silvie's Lounge (1902 W. Irving Park Rd.), a mid-sized music venue.
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44th Ward: Treat yourself to a pint after casting your vote at G-Man Tavern (3740 N. Clark St.)
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Dining and voting go together with a number of restaurants serving as polling places: Carnitas Don Rafa, Taqueria Los Comales #12 and Las Islas Maria's serving Mexican food; Sabor Latino catering Puerto Rican cuisine; Ceviche Peruvian Restaurant; Colletti's and Leona's cooking up Italian recipes; and Reza's Restaurant featuring Mediterranean and Persian cuisine.
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19th Ward: The Original Pancake House (10437 S. Western Ave.) is where voters won't have to sacrifice breakfast for civic duty.
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