Early voting starts from OCT 24th to NOV 7th. Election Day is on NOV 8th!
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Voter Guide for General Election 2016
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How Do I Vote?
VOTE BY MAIL 郵寄投票
Interested voters must fill out an application requesting a ballot is mailed to them. Once that form has been completed and returned to the appropriate election authority, a ballot will be sent to the address provided. Vote By Mail is particularly useful for those who have full time jobs and are not able to get away to vote on Election Day.
To apply vote by mail, click here
EARLY VOTING 提前投票
Voters have the option to vote two weeks before Election Day at any of the designated polling locations. A photo ID is not required when early voting. But two form of ID is required when you do the same day registration
ELECTION DAY 選舉日投票
Election day occurs on Tuesdays and polls are open from 6am till 7pm. Bilingual election judges will be present at select precincts to assist limited English proficient speakers. In 2016, same day registration is allowed, which means you can register as a voter on election day. Bring your ID with you if you are first time voting or registration. In Chicago, bilingual ballots are available in Chinese, Hindi, and Spanish.
Early Voting & Registration Site Address:
- District 9 Police, 3120 S Halsted
- McKinley Park, 2210 W Pershing
- Chinatown Library, 2100 S Wentworth
Early Voting will be offered:
Mon., Oct. 24-Sat., Oct. 29: 9 am to 5 pm
Sun., Oct. 30: 10 am to 4 pm
Mon., Oct. 31-Fri., Nov. 4: 9 am to 7 pm
Sat., Nov. 5: 9 am to 5 pm
Sun., Nov. 6: 10 am to 4 pm
Mon., Nov. 7: 9 am to 7 pm
CLICK below TO FIND ALL THE EARLY VOTING SITES