CHICAGO (WLS) -- Early voting for the March primary election begins Thursday in Cook County.
Voters can cast their ballot at the downtown Chicago supersite, 191 N. Clark St., starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday.
Early Voting in all 50 wards of Chicago will begin March 4 at 9 a.m.
Any voter in Chicago can vote at any early voting site, no matter where they live in the city.
Early voting at suburban Cook County courthouses begins Wednesday, Feb. 21.
The Illinois primary Election Day is Tuesday, March 19.
Voters will nominate a candidate for either the Republican or Democratic party for:
- U.S. president
- U.S. representative
- Illinois state senator
- Illinois state representative
- Illinois supreme court judge
- Illinois appellate court judge
- Circuit court judge
- Subcircuit judge
- Cook County state's attorney
- Cook County commissioner
- Cook County clerk of the circuit court
- Water Reclamation District commissioner
- Board of Review commissioner
Voters will elect:
- Ward committeeperson
- Delegates and alternate delegates to National Nominating Convention
To see all early voting locations in Chicago, click here.
To see all early voting locations for suburban Cook County, click here.
To see if you are registered to vote, click here.