Standing Devices and Idle Appliance Use Up to 39 Gallons of Water a Day
Unplug phone cords after your phone is charged.
It takes water to make electricity. When we waste energy it equals wasted water too. Nearly 25% of all residential power consumed stems from our idle appliances and devices. We can save water and energy by unplugging standing phone chargers and game consoles. Remember to shut down your computer at the end of the day and flip off that power strip. We may need a break from our devices, but our devices won't take a break from drawing energy.
Important Dates for the 2020 Presidential Primary
Make sure to get out and vote on March 17, 2020
How to Vote
Vote by Mail
All registered voters in Chicago are eligible to Vote by Mail. Once a mail ballot has been returned to the Board, it cannot be retrieved or withdrawn.
- December 18 |Applications for Vote By Mail ballots open
- March 12 |Last day to apply for Vote By Mail ballot
- March 17 | Ballots must be postmarked by Election Day
If you are unable to vote on Election Day or just want to skip the lines, vote early. Early voting ballots are final. You can also register to vote at every early voting site.
- February 19 |Early Voting & Registration opens at Loop Supersite
- March 2 |Early Voting & Registration opens in all 50 wards
- March 16 |Last day of Early Voting
Vote on Election Day — Tuesday, March 17, 2020
The location of your polling place may have changed. Polling place hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you are in line by 7 p.m., you are entitled to vote.
No ID is required to vote in your home precinct on Election Day unless you are voting for the first time and have registered by mail without verification.