March 15 | 6 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
With early voting for the Illinois primary elections underway and Election Day tomorrow, it is important to stress to every business and individual in Chicagoland how crucial it is that you take the time to vote.
It has been an election year unlike any other, especially at the local level; these elections are extremely consequential for Chicagoland’s business community. While the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce has not made any endorsements this election cycle, the Chamber remains focused on its mission to serve our members by driving growth and supporting pro-business issues and policies at every level of government.
The Chamber is present at the City, County, and State level of government advocating for sound fiscal reforms and tax policies; government, insurance and employment policies that make our region more competitive; efforts to enhance Chicago’s status as the nation’s transportation hub; workforce development programs; and for expanding international trade in the region.
To simplify the voting process, we’ve included some resources for you below:
- If you live in Chicago, click here to verify your voter registration, locate your polling place, or gain access to other voter information.
- If you live in a suburban county, please click on that county in the following list for voter information: Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry or Will County
- Early voting is still available today in Chicago at the “permanent early voting sites” listed in red, here.
- In-person registration is available for those who did not register. You may register and vote early in person today, or register and vote tomorrow at the precinct polling place assigned for your home address. Click here for details.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce works every day with elected officials on both sides of the aisle to grow our economy and ensure a competitive business climate for our members and the broader business community.
We hope you will take the time to vote early today at the remaining permanent early voting sites or anywhere in Chicagoland tomorrow on Election Day. The Chamber will continue to engage in discussions with our members to guide us as we advocate our pro-business policy agenda at all levels of government with elected officials of both parties.
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