New early voting site opens in Chicago’s Loop

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CHICAGO — If you already know who you’ll be voting for, you can vote early starting today.

The Chicago Election Board is opening a satellite office in the Loop for early voting.

The office will be called the “Loop super site,” and will allow more than 4,000 people to vote early each day with 150 voting machines.

The office is at 15 W. Washington  Street, the site of a former Walgreens store.

It’s opens from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and will be open through October 23.

On October 24, an early voting location in each ward will be opened.

Each of those sites will offer registration services.