How to Find Your Polling Place in Chicago and the Suburbs

You might know you're voting in Tuesday's midterm elections, but do you know where?

You can check to find out if you're registered to vote in Illinois - and where your polling place is - by using the State Board of Elections' registration lookup tool

If you're not registered, there's still time! 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.  [[498554261, C]]

To ensure a smooth process, you should 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.

If you want to search by your county specifically, you can also click on your county's name below 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

Finally, you can also input your address into this tool below to see your polling place and some of the items that will be on your ballot. [[492726041, C]]

Early voting is already underway across the state, with Election Day on Tuesday. 

For a full guide to the 2018 midterm elections in Illinois, including endorsements, ballot questions, races to watch and more, click here

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