Chicago 2012 Early Voting Locations

Early voting started today and runs through Sat., Nov. 3.

Voters registered in the City of Chicago may use any Early Voting site in the city, regardless of where the voters live.

You don't need reasons or excuses to use Early Voting -- but voters do need to present government-issued photo identification to use Early Voting.

Ballots cast in Early Voting are final. After casting ballots in Early Voting, voters may not return to amend, change or undo ballots for any reasons.  It is a felony to vote more than once -- or to attempt to vote more than once -- in the same election.

All 51 locations will be open Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and all voters can vote at any of the locations below.

Board of Elections - 69 W. Washington St., Lower Level Conference Room: 9 am-5 pm Monday through Saturday, and on Sundays from 9 am-3 pm

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Official Chicago Romney Presidential Debate Watching Party: TONIGHT!

Tonight's Presidential debate is shaping up to be the most important event of this entire campaign!

Join the Romney Illinois campaign, State Treasurer Dan Rutherford, and hundreds of your fellow Republicans as we watch this live debate on a 22' HD theater screen in the heart of Rogers Park!  

A limited number of tickets are still available.  Please visit  http://romney-ryan-chicago.eventbrite.com and reserve your spot right now.

See you tonight!

To victory,
Adam Robinson
Chairman

Chicago GOP Response to Proposed 2013 City Budget

Mayor Emanuel's secretive 2013 budget process has produced a proposal that lacks details for addressing the $300 million budget shortfall and the city's long term fiscal problems.

The Chicago GOP calls upon the City Council to thoroughly vet this budget and push back against pressure from the Mayor to simply rush it into law.

The Mayor's budget does nothing to address the  looming pension crisis and runaway long term employee health care costs. Based on the Mayor's poor performance with the Chicago Teachers Union contract, there is little reason to believe he can win pension concessions from other city unions.

"The Mayor must unveil more details for city taxpayers," said Chicago GOP Chairman Adam Robinson. "This vague budget proposal kicks the can down the road, hoping no one asks hard questions. That is unacceptable."


Rich Grabowski Challenges Opponent, Dan Lipinski, to 3rd CD Debates

Hometown, Illinois – October 5, 2012

Rich Grabowski, Republican candidate for the U.S. Congressional seat in Illinois’ 3rd District, has sent a letter to his opponent in the race, Dan Lipinski, challenging him to two debates.

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Romney wins big! Join us for the Oct 16th debate

The result of last night's first Presidential debate was immediately clear: Romney won, and won big.

Reading the news this morning, you can see this nearly universal sentiment reflected on the front pages of every newspaper in America.  Romney's outstanding performance - and Obama's dismal one - have now made the October 16th debate an even more critical event on the path to November 6th.

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