Vote early at Goldblatt's Building

In the primary election, Chicago led the state in early voting. Now, the Chicago Election Board says Chicago voters have cast 105,000 ballots in 10 days, more than the entire 18 days of early primary voting.

If you are registered to vote, you don't need a reason to vote early through Oct. 30, but you do need to present a government photo ID.

The Goldblatt’s Building, 1615 W Chicago Ave. and 50 other city locations are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The election board at 69 W. Washington is open on Sunday as well.
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