The United Center will be used as a polling place on Election Day for the first time ever. The expansion was meant to provide more “safe and accessible voting options,” the board said in a news release. Along with in-person voting, the arena on Election Day will provide same-day voter registration and vote-by-mail ballot return, according to the news release. It also will observe COVID-19 safety guidelines. The site will be open to all Chicago voters from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 1901 W. Madison St. Voters will be directed to park in Lot K, the gate off Adams Street, and can enter the site through the South Atrium entrance.
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