Where Latest Mayoral Polls For Vallas, Johnson Stand Ahead of Election Day in Chicago

The race for Chicago Mayor’s runoff is officially coming to a close.

Paul Vallas, the former CEO of Chicago Public Schools, is leading in a new poll of Chicago voters, with a slight edge over Brandon Johnson, a County Commissioner. The poll shows that Vallas is likely to receive more than 900 votes in the upcoming Municipal Runoff Election, which will take place the day before Election Day.

Carried out in late March, the prior survey indicated that Vallas’ advantage increased by more than twofold, going from two points to 4.2 points. Johnson held 45.4% of the possible vote, whereas Vallas secured 49.6%, as reported by the poll conducted by Victory Research.

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In contrast to a prior survey which indicated that 9.6% of voters were undecided, the recent poll additionally disclosed that a smaller percentage of voters are likely to remain undecided, with 5% currently falling into that group.

In the runoff election, the latest survey gathered feedback from over 900 probable voters, with an accuracy range of 3.27%.

There are a total of 95,236 mail-in ballots for the April 4 runoff election. As per the Chicago Board of Elections, the current count for early voting is 249,915.

Presently, the 19th Ward has over 9,000 early votes documented, while the 41st Ward has in excess of 7,000 early votes recorded. These are the two wards with the most significant early voter participation.

Furthermore, with a forecast of extreme weather on Tuesday, the CBOE is urging voters to fulfill their civic responsibility in advance.

Max Bever, the director of public information for the Chicago Board of Elections, stated, “cast your vote today and do not postpone it.” In the city, Chicago voters are encouraged to return their mail-in ballots to any secure dropbox and make use of the final day of early voting on Monday, April 3rd, if possible. On Election Day, April 4th, the National Weather Service is forecasting severe winds, hail, and the possibility of tornadoes during the afternoon and evening.

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Early Voting Locations in Chicago

According to election officials, all 50 early voting sites, including the Board of Elections Supersite at 191 North Clark, will serve as vote centers on Election Day and during the election.

The sites will open on April 3, Monday, at 9 a.M. And close at 6 p.M. On Tuesday, April 4 – Election Day – polls will open at 6 a.M. And close at 7 p.M.

Additionally, the CBOE states that voters have the freedom to select the voting location that is most convenient for them, even if it is on the day of the election. The CBOE affirms that any Chicago voter is eligible to cast their vote at any early voting site, regardless of their residential address within the city.

  • Goldblatt’s Building, located at 1615 W. Chicago Ave, is in Ward 1.
  • Ward 2 – Close to North Library, 310 W. Division St.
  • Ward 3 – Dawson Technical Institute, located at 3901 S. State St.
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Center in Ward 4 is located at 4314 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
  • Ward 5 – Southside YMCA, located at 6330 S. Stony Island Ave.
  • Ward 6 – Whitney Young Library, located at 415 E. 79th St.
  • Ward 7 – Trumbull Park, located at 2400 E. 105th St.
  • Ward 8 – Olive Harvey College, located at 10001 S. Woodlawn Avenue.
  • Palmer Park, located in Ward 9 at 201 E. 111th St.,
  • Vodak Library on the East Side, located at 3710 E. 106th St., Ward 10.
  • McGuane Park, located in Ward 11 at 2901 S. Poplar Ave.
  • McKinley Park Library, located at 1915 W. 35th St, in Ward 12.
  • Clearing Branch Library, located at 6423 W. 63rd Pl., In Ward 13.
  • Archer Heights Library, located at 5055 S. Archer Ave, in Ward 14.
  • Ward 15 – Gage Park, located at 2411 W. 55th St.
  • Lindblom Park, located in Ward 16 at 6054 S. Damen Ave.
  • Thurgood Marshall Library, located at 7506 S. Racine Ave, is situated in Ward 17.
  • Ward 18 – Wrightwood Ashburn Library, located at 8530 S. Kedzie Ave.
  • Ward 19 – Mt. Greenwood Park, located at 3721 W. 111th St.,
  • Bessie Coleman Library in Ward 20, located at 731 E. 63rd St.
  • West Pullman Library located in Ward 21, at 830 W. 119th St.
  • Toman Library in Ward 22, located at 2708 S. Pulaski Rd.
  • Ward 23 – Hall – St Faustina Kowalska Parish, located at 5157 S. McVicker Ave.
  • Ward 24 – St. Agatha Catholic Parish, located at 3151 W. Douglas Ave.
  • Ward 25 – Rudy Lozano Library, located at 1805 S. Loomis St.
  • Ward 26 – Humboldt Park Library, located at 1605 N. Troy St.
  • Union Park, located in Ward 27 at 1501 W. Randolph Ave.
  • Ward 28 – Westside Learning Center, located at 4624 W. Madison St.
  • Amundsen Park in Ward 29, located at 6200 W. Bloomingdale Ave,
  • Kilbourn Park, located in Ward 30 at 3501 N. Kilbourn Ave.
  • Ward 31 – Portage Cragin Library. 5108 W. Belmont Ave.
  • Bucktown-Wicker Park Library, located at 1701 N. Milwaukee Ave, is in Ward 32.
  • Ward 33 – American Indian Center, located at 3401 W. Ainsle St.
  • UIC Student Center, located at 750 S. Halsted St., Is situated in Ward 34.
  • Ward 35 – El Centro at Northeastern IL University, located at 3390 N. Avondale Ave.
  • Ward 36 – West Belmont Library, located at 3104 N. Narrangansett Ave.
  • Ward 37 – Library of West Chicago, located at 4856 W. Chicago Ave.
  • Ward 38 – Hiawatha Park, located at 8029 W. Forest Preserve Dr.
  • Building 39 – Admin Bldg, North Park Village, located at 5801 N. Pulaski,
  • Budlong Woods Library, located at 5630 N. Lincoln Ave, is in Ward 40.
  • Ward 41 – Roden Library, 6083 N. Northwest Highway.
  • Ward 42 – Maggie Daley Park, located at 337 E. Randolph St.
  • Lincoln Park Branch Library in Ward 43, located at 1150 W. Fullerton Ave.
  • Ward 44 – Merlo Library, located at 644 W. Belmont Ave.
  • Ward 45 – Kolping Society of Chicago, located at 5826 N. Elston Ave.
  • Ward 46 – Truman College, located at 1145 W. Wilson Ave.
  • Ward 47 – Welles Park, located at 2333 W. Sunnyside Ave.
  • Ward 48 – Broadway Armory, located at 5917 N. Broadway Street.
  • Ward 49 – Willye B White Park, located at 1610 W. Howard St.
  • Northtown Library in Ward 50, located at 6800 N. Western Ave.
  • Board Supersite – 191 N. Clark (Clark & Lake)
  • Board Offices – 69 W. Washington, 6th Level (closed on Election Day).
  • Discover a nearby drop-off location here.