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Here are the early voting sites in the Chicago area – NBC Chicago

The November election may still seem like a long way off, but early voting will begin this week in most of the Chicago area.

Under Illinois law, early voting can begin up to 40 days before an election, with that date falling on September 29 for the 2022 general election.

In most counties, early voting begins at the county clerk’s office, with new sites added throughout the run-up to the election cycle.

Here’s what we know about early voting so far (note: Grundy County has not yet updated its early voting information on its website):

Cook County

According to the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, early voting will begin at the city‘s supersite, located at 191 North Clark, and the BOE office, located on the sixth floor at 69 West Washington, on Oct. 7 and continue on Monday. before the election.

Early voting sites will open in each of the city’s 50 neighborhoods from October 24.

All About Chicago’s Early Voting Program can be found HERE.

For suburban residents, early voting will also begin at the Cook County Clerk’s Office in Chicago, located at 69 West Washington Street, on October 12, and all other early voting locations will open on October 24.

You can find more information and a full list of Voting sites available HERE.

DeKalb County

Beginning Sept. 29, voters in DeKalb County can vote at the Gathertorium Legislative Center, located at 200 North Main Street in Sycamore.

Additional sites will open from October 24.

More information and a full list of locations, can be found HERE.

DuPage County

In DuPage County, early voting will begin September 29 at the DuPage County Fairgrounds, located at 2015 Manchester Road in Wheaton, and will continue until October 24, when 21 additional early voting sites will open.

During the primary election season, voters were able to use any of the early voting sites.

More information and a full list of locations, can be found HERE.

Kane County

Voters can begin voting at the Kane County Clerk’s Office in Geneva, located at 719 South Batavia Avenue, and at the Aurora Satellite Office at 5 East Downer Plaza beginning September 29.

Early voting at other locations will begin October 24.

More information can be found HERE.

Kankakee County

Early voting in Kankakee County will begin Sept. 29 at the County Clerk’s Office, located at 189 East Court Street in Kankakee.

Additional sites in Manteno and Bourbonnais will open in October.

More information can be found HERE.

Kendall County

Officials say early voting will begin at the Kendall County Office Building, located at 111 West Fox Street in Yorkville, at 8 a.m. Thursday.

Additional sites will also open beginning in October in Oswego and Montgomery, according to a news release.

More information on voting times and sites can be found HERE.

Lake County

The main lobby of the Lake County Courthouse, located at 18 North County Street in Waukegan, will offer early voting beginning September 29.

Additional sites will open from October 24, officials say.

Information on these sites, as well as information on timetables, can be found HERE.

LaSalle County

LaSalle County residents can vote starting Sept. 29 at the LaSalle County Government Center, located at 707 East Etna Road in Ottawa.

For more information on the times and other deadlines associated with early voting, you can visit the County Clerk’s website HERE.

McHenry County

Residents of McHenry County can vote at the Clerk’s Office, located at 2200 North Seminary Avenue in Woodstock, beginning September 29.

Additional information on ballots, registration and more can be found HERE.

Will County

Voters in Will County can vote at the Clerk’s Office, located at 302 North Chicago Street in Joliet, beginning September 29.

Many more locations, including Naperville, Lockport Township, New Lenox and more, will open in late October.

Information and timetables for those sYou can find them HERE.