Together, we can win a Chicago for the many.
Ways to Vote
Early voting begins March 20 in all 50 wards and runs through election day April 4. Find your nearest site on this Google map of the 51 early voting sites that we made. You can vote at any early voting site, not just the one in your ward. You can get more information about early voting on the Chicago Board of Elections site.
Up until Thursday, March 30, you can request a Vote By Mail ballot that can be mailed in or securely dropped off at any voting site. Mail-in ballots are the most convenient way to cast your vote for Brandon Johnson and our endorsed candidates. You don’t have to wait in line, just sit at your own kitchen table and complete the ballot.
On Tuesday, April 4 more than 1,200 polling places will open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. across the city for voters to cast ballots in their own neighborhood. In addition, even on Election Day any voter can go to any Early Voting Site anywhere in the city to cast their ballot. Click the button below to get your personal voting information.
Attend meet & greet events with Brandon and our other candidates. Join door-knocking canvasses and phone banks.
Organize a March to the Polls
- Locate your nearest early voting site at ctu.sh/sites.
- Decide with your members on the best date/time.
- Meet up: Wear red shirts, carry Brandon signs. Be sure to take pictures!
- Walk or drive together to the polling place.
- Vote (leaving signs and buttons outside).
- Post photos tagging @ctulocal1 and @brandon4chicago .
Need help? Organizers are ready and eager to help you! Go to ctu.sh/reps to find your school’s organizer.
Get lawn signs, literature and other materials at the following locations. Please note that the offices are only staffed during the hours listed below.
|South:||325 E 79th St|
|West:||5834 W Augusta|
|Near West:||1301 S Ashland|
|Southwest:||4355 S Kedzie|
|Northwest:||3248 W Montrose|
|North:||2234 W Irving Park|
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Endorsed for City Council Runoffs
These education champions are ready to build a City Council for the many. Vote in your ward for our CTU endorsed candidate!
5th Ward UWF EndorsedDesmon Yancy, has spent 15 years as a community organizer and advocate for working families. Yancy is a long-time resident of South Shore and father of an 8-year-old son. Currently, Yancy is senior director of organizing and advocacy for Inner-City Muslim Action Network, where he oversees and facilitates IMAN’s policy and advocacy agenda to address structural and systemic injustices, in an effort to increase the quality of life for marginalized people. He is endorsed by United Working Families.
6th Ward UWF EndorsedReverend Hall has been a CTU ally for many years through his work with PEACE (a labor- supporting clergy organization). He was instrumental in working with clergy during the 2019 CTU strike, and he also spoke at the new leadership convocation earlier this year. Reverend Hall worked with the 6th ward constituents to advance the Treatment not Trauma effort in his ward, which passed with over 95% of the vote. He is endorsed by United Working Families.
21st WardIn over 15 years of professional experiences ranging from community outreach to intergovernmental affairs, Ronnie Mosley has created wins locally and nationally for issues like Gun Violence Prevention, Cannabis, Education Reform, Youth Health, Voting Rights and Entrepreneurship. Ronnie serves on the Simeon HS and Wendell Green LSCs and on the boards of Mikva Challenge and March For Our Lives.
Lori Torres Whitt
36th Ward CTU Member, UWF EndorsedLori Torres has been a CTU leader both on our Executive Board and as delegate for Monroe Elementary. Torres was born and raised in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood in a family of six kids. After being activated by our 2012 strike, Torres knocked on doors to promote a school closure moratorium. As alderwoman, Torres’ priorities will be equitably funded schools, ethics reform, fair property taxes, safety and a family-first budget. Lori is endorsed by United Working Families.
46th Ward UWF EndorsedAngela Clay is a longtime housing advocate in Uptown (the heart of the 46th ward). A proud graduate of UPLIFT Community HS, Angela is a current LSC member at Brennemann Elementary School. She is the youngest ever board president of a 51-year-old affordable housing non-profit in the ward (Voice of the People) and has the backing of CTU allies Northside Action for Justice and ONE Northside. Angela is endorsed by United Working Families.
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