There are three ways to vote for Mike Cashman for MWRD Commissioner!


Vote early between March 2nd and March 16th!

Early voting is open from March 2nd-16th. While some calendars suggest that the Early Voting period in Illinois may begin as early as February 6, ballots will not be available by then. Anyone who appears to vote at our downtown location before ballots are ready will be given an application for a mail ballot.


Go to to find a convenient location for you.


Vote by mail between now and March 17th!

It's simple, fast and easy


Just make sure to apply for a mail-in ballot by the March 12th deadline and it will be mailed to you! 


Chicago Residents - Click here


Suburban Cook County Residents - Click Here


Vote on Election Day, March 17th

On Election Day, March 17th, you can vote at your precinct polling place. Unlike early voting, you cannot go to any site in the city.


Go to to find your polling place.

Are you registered to vote? If not, or if you want to check or change your address, here’s how:


Until March 1st, you can register to vote or change your address online using your Illinois driver’s license or state ID card. Register at!

At the Polls

You can register to vote or change your address at the same time as you vote, either at any early voting site or at your precinct polling place on Election Day. You will need to bring 2 forms of ID, including one that shows your current address, to register. Learn more about what ID you need to vote at


In-Person Early Voting & Registration

For the March 17th Democratic Primary, Chicago voters will be able to use any Early Voting & Registration location in the city from March 2nd through March 16th.

The Loop Super Site at 175 W. Washington St. will open daily starting in late February at a time and date to be announced. Any Chicago voter may use the Loop Super Site.

Any ballots that voters cast in Early Voting are final. After casting ballots in Early Voting, voters may not return to amend, change or undo a ballot for any reason. It is a felony to vote more than once -- or to attempt to vote more than once -- in the same election.

Government-issued photo ID is not required but is helpful if there is a question about the registration, address, signature or if there are two voters with the same or similar names at the same address.

Registration services are available at every Early Voting site. NOTE: Any voter who needs to register for the first time or file an address update or a name change must show two forms of ID, one of which shows the voter's current address.

Find your early voting location

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