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How to get a live coverage of Tuesday’s Illinois primary election – NBC Chicago

Looking for a live coverage of Illinois’ primary election Tuesday?

Voters cast their votes in several major primary contests, including the run of the governor and secretary of state.

As ballots are counted across the state, NBC 5 offers an insightful look at the results, analysis, speeches and promotional events awaiting the final amount.

Starting at 7pm on Tuesday, you can find the amount of moment votes on NBCChicago.com and on the NBC Chicago app.

Once you’ve downloaded the app, make sure to turn on the push notifications so you can know who won some of the biggest races in the Chicago area and state.

You can find Peacock on NBC 5’s streaming channel from 8am to 10pm and Channel 5 at 10pm, as well as live election coverage on NBCChicago.com and the NBC Chicago app.

When is the primary election in Illinois?

This year, Illinois’ primary election will be held on Tuesday, June 28.

Generally held in March before the general election, lawmakers passed a measure last year to postpone the primary election for nearly three months as lawmakers await detailed US census data. The data collected in 2020 is delayed by the COVID-19 epidemic but it is necessary for the process of resetting the district maps (called redistribution) to be completed every 10 years after the census.

How to Vote in Illinois

There are three ways to vote in Illinois, each listed below:

1: You can request a mail-in ballot and return it by sending it to the US Postal Service or by delivering it to your local election authority at an approved drop-off location.

2: You can vote in advance in your jurisdiction’s early voting location, now open on June 28, Election Day.

3: On Election Day, you can vote in person at a specific polling place in your precinct, or at another polling place in your jurisdiction, open June 28, if permitted by your local election authority.

When is voting open on Election Day?

Voting is open statewide at 6am and 7pm but remember – if you are in line when the ballot ends, you can still vote! So if you’re rushing to your polling place at the last minute, don’t worry if you see a line – and don’t let anyone stop you from voting.

For more information, see NBC Chicago’s full Illinois Voter Guide.

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