Just two suburban Cook County municipalities are set to hold primary elections on February 24.
"In Morton Grove, five candidates for village trustee are vying for three spots on the Action Party's slate for the April 7 Consolidated Election. In Dolton, a field of eight Democratic trustee candidates are also trying to win one of three spots," according to the Cook County Clerk's office.
A little less than 30,000 voters are registered to participate in this February's consoildated primary election, and 24 polling places will be open for 36 precincts.
The deadline to update voter registration or register to vote is January 27. Early voting starts February 9 and runs through February 21. There will be two early voting sites, with one at the Niles Village Hall and the other at the Calumet City Public Library. Early voting can also take place at the Cook County Clerk's downtown office and two suburban courthouse locations in Skokie and Markham. Click through for more info on early voting.
Dolton and Morton Grove voters can apply for a mail-in ballot through February 19. Get more info on or apply for a mail-in ballot here.