Do Your Homework, Faithful Citizens: The Illinois Primary Election is March 17th
Catholic Social Teaching reminds us that voting is both a right and a responsibility. Take the time to do your homework before you head to the polls.
Thanks to all who supported the recent voter registration drive. We have new voters in the parish! And, other parishioners got answers to some of these questions:
How do I know if I am registered to vote? See ova.elections.il.gov.
Where do I go to vote? ova.elections.il.gov/PollingPlaceLookup
Can I bring someone with me to help me vote? Yes! See www.advancingjustice-aajc.org
What candidates and issues will be on my ballot? Find out at:
What judges are most qualified? See voteforjudges.org
Other Registration Opportunities:
Through March 1: you can register online: ova.elections.il.gov
Through March 17 you can register in
person and vote at
Evanston Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave., or at
Skokie Village Hall, 5127 Oakton St., or
find other locations in Chicago at www.cookcountyclerk.com
Early voting: begins March 2 at the above locations.
Primary Election: Tuesday, March 17th
General Election: Tuesday, November 3rd
We the Voters: https://networkadvocates.org/advocacytoolbox/educate/wethevoters/
Social Justice Institute