United Center Super Site

 

For the first time in the history of the United Center, the arena will serve as an Election Day Voting Super Site for Chicago residents!

The United Center will be available for all Chicago voters for same-day registration, Vote By Mail ballot return, and in-person voting on November 3.

 

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VOTER DETAILS

UNITED CENTER SUPER SITE LOCATION: 1901 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, 60612

SUPER SITE HOURS OF OPERATION:
Tuesday, November 3
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is the United Center open for early voting?
The United Center Super Site will only be available to voters on Election Day - Tuesday, November 3 from 6 AM to 7 PM. The United Center Super Site will not be open for voting prior to November 3. Please visit ChicagoElections.gov/EarlyVoting for locations available for voting prior to Nov. 3. 

Who can vote at the United Center?
Voters registered in Chicago will be able to vote at the United Center on Election Day. Chicago voters who need to register or file a name or address update need to present two forms of ID, at least one of which shows current address, to register and vote at the United Center. -- or their home precinct polling place. Chicago residents who are not yet registered to vote may do so in-person on Election Day at the United Center, their assigned polling precinct, or any Early Voting location.

Where do I enter to vote?
Voters will have access to free parking in Lot K (via Adams St.) and enter the United Center via the South Atrium Entrance. Please see map for reference.

Where can I park?
Free parking will be available to voters in Lot K (entrance via Adams St.) Please see map for reference.

What additional measures will be taken to ensure the health and safety of voters?
All COVID-19 safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Illinois Department of Public Health will be in place at the United Center. Voters are encouraged to wear masks and can expect to see 6 feet of distance between polling stations, plexiglass dividers, and hand sanitizer, with masks available as needed. Additionally, all voters entering the building must pass through a magnetometer for a security check.

Where else can Chicago voters cast a ballot on Election Day?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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