Build Your Vote — Chicago Elections
Build Your Vote: A South Side Weekly Ballot Party
When: Friday, February 8, 6:30-8:30pm
Where: Build Coffee (buildcoffee.org), 6100 S Blackstone Ave

Build Your Vote is back to help you fill out your ballot for the Chicago municipal elections. In February, you’ll be voting for mayor, alderman, city clerk, and city treasurer. There’s tons of candidates on the ballot, and if you’re confused about the logistics of voting, or where to find information on candidates, you’re not alone! We believe everything is better when you do it with and for community (and with delicious food!) South Side Weekly is here to help you navigate these complicated elections. And Build Coffee is here to fill your belly while we’re at it.

Please join us for a pay-what-you-can dinner, where writers and editors from the Weekly will present you with information on the aldermanic race in your ward and answer your questions about the election. Then we’ll break into small groups to help each other research candidates and fill out our ballots, using the Better Government Association’s Chi.Vote tool.

Register below and bring a laptop, if you have one. We’ll have hearty vegetarian soup, fresh bread, and beverages available by suggested donation. Come hungry and curious!

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Are you able to bring a laptop or smart phone? If not, don’t worry! We will have a paper ballot available for you. *
To help us create an event that is as useful for you as possible, please answer the following questions:
What ward do you live in? (If you don't know, you can find out here: bit.ly/ChiWardFinder) *
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What questions do you have about the upcoming elections that you’d like us to answer at the event? These could be questions about a particular race or candidate or about the process of voting, etc.
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What issues are most important to you, or you would you be most interested in learning more about, in the races for mayor, alderman, clerk, or treasurer?
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