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CFCCC Resource Guide

Voting Information

 

 

Board of Election Commissioners for the City of Chicago

Information on voter registration, absentee voting, disabled voterís card.

69 W. Washington

Chicago, IL60602

312-269-7900

http://www.chicagoelections.com

To request an absentee ballot

Chicago Board of Elections

Call 312-269-7967

A form will be sent to you which must be signed by your MD and mailed to the Board of Elections.† After authorization, the ballot is automatically mailed to you for a period of 5 years before each election.

 

Independent Voters of Illinois

Independent Precinct Organization

1325 S. Wabash, Suite 105
Chicago, IL  60605
Voice: 312-939-5105
Fax: 312-939-3315
e-mail: iviipo < at > yahoo.com

 

League of Women Voters

332 S. Michigan

Chicago, IL60604

312-939-5935

 

Project Vote Smart

Information on candidates for both federal and state government positions.† Learn how your lawmaker voted on issues and other topics of interest.

Ph: 888-VOTESMART (888-868-3762)

http://www.vote-smart.org

 

Womenís Law Project:† Legal assistance and counseling over the phone. The Women's Law Project (WLP) is a nonprofit public interest legal advocacy organization that seeks to advance the legal, social, and economic status of women through litigation, public policy advocacy, public education, and individual counseling.

Phone: 215-928-9801
Fax: 215-928-9848