Your Vote is Your Voice.

With the election for Mayor, City Clerk, and 4th and 8th ward City Council members less than a week away, here's all the information you need in order to vote.

If you've requested a mail ballot, it should have arrived or will arrive very soon.

If you haven't requested a mail ballot yet, don't do it now because it's too close to election day, Feb. 23.

There are two other ways to vote:

Early voting is available at the Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave, Room G300, until 5 p.m. Monday, February 22.


Voting is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Sunday Feb. 21, when it will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Day-of, in-person voting will take this coming Tuesday, February 23.

Click here to find your polling place.

Candidates

Mayor

-- Daniel Biss -- Lori Keenan -- Sebastian Nalls for Mayor of Evanston


City Clerk


Candidate

-- Stephanie Mendoza for Clerk











Write-ins

-- Misty Witenberg for Evanston City Clerk -- Jackson Paller for Evanston City Clerk -- Adedapo Odusanya -- Darrell Patterson -- Eduardo Gomez for City Clerk -- Cynthia Beebe

Fourth Ward

Candidates

-- Donald Wilson, incumbent -- Diane Goldring -- Jonathan Nieuwsma


Write-ins

-- Patricia Connolly -- Sari Kadison-Shapiro

Eighth ward

Candidates

-- Ann Rainey, incumbent -- Matthew Mitchell -- Devon Reid



Write-ins

-- Joshua Hall -- Shelley Ann Carrillo

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