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What to expect when you’re expecting to vote
“The solution can’t be the sort of platonic idea that the masses are so moronic that we have to disempower them.”
Cast your ballot for mayor, city clerk, city treasurer, and alderman now through February 25 at more than 50 sites across the city.
The First and 26th Wards will vote on a nonbinding referendum that asks whether Illinois should lift the ban on rent control—prohibited in the state since 1997.
Protest images from the last two years will inspire you to get to the polls.
Though House Bill 4469 to turn Cook County Jail into an official polling location remains at a standstill, representatives who worked on the bill remain positive and motivated.
You’ll have to decide on the who by yourself.
The nonprofit organization is using art and culture to get young people in the city excited about voting in a world where politics are “pretty boring, pretty old, and pretty white.”
Some students are pushing Chicago and Illinois to follow the lead of other places that lowered the voting age recently.
This International Women’s Day, more women report that they’re planning to vote, become activists, or run for office themselves.
It might help bring disenfranchised or disillusioned voters back into the fold.
Chicago fears the worst as Trump sweeps the nation.
Although black women were Hillary Clinton’s strongest block of support, in Chicago they expressed mixed feelings at the polls.