What's Your Plan?

Elections | 02/01/2019

Tommorrow Snyder

Tommorrow leads Stand’s family engagement and community organizing in Chicago.

Election Day in Chicago will be here before you know it! We’re less than a month away from the big day (February 26), and that means it’s time to make your plan to vote.

Chicago residents have a few options for how to vote early:

  1. Fill out the application to vote by mail. The election commission will send your ballot in the mail. All you have to do is fill it out and drop it back in the mail. Easy peasy.
  2. Vote early downtown. You can vote at the City’s Loop Super Site located at 175 W. Washington. Any Chicago voter can use that site through the day before the election, Feb. 25.
  3. Vote early in your neighborhood. Starting Monday, Feb. 11, early voting sites in all 50 wards will be open through Feb. 25.

Once you decide when you’re going to vote early, take our poll! We want to make sure all Chicagoans – especially education advocates – make their voices heard in this important election.

Voting is a huge responsibility and shouldn’t be a chore. Take action today and have your voice heard, just a little early!

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