Early voting is underway, and here are the different ways that Illinois residents can cast a vote before the primary election on March 19.
Illinois voters will be voting twice this year as the Oval Office, seats in the Illinois General Assembly and Illinois Supreme Court, congressional districts, and some county offices are
up for grabs. Early voting allows people to cast a ballot before election day in person and through the mail.
As long as a person is a registered Illinois voter, they will be allowed to vote during the 40-day period that ends March 18.
Once a voter casts an early ballot, the vote is final, and can not vote on primary election day.