Election Day for the Illinois primary is March 17. Whether you're voting for the first time or you've done it before it can seem like an intimidating process. So don't stress about anything this year. Know what you're going to see on your ballot before you even get there.

NBC Chicago details -

With so many important political races happening across Illinois, it can be tough to keep track of every name on the ballot. That's why we've created a tool to help you learn who your representatives are - and who's running against them - before you head to your polling place.

For a full sample ballot, including all local races and presidential delegates, be sure to visit your local election authority's website. But to find out who you can vote for in many of the major races, enter your address below.

Here's the link to find out what your ballot will look like in your area.

Not registered to vote? No worries. According to NBC -

If you're not registered in Illinois but still want to vote, it's not too late! You can take advantage of grace period registration through Election Day. You simply have to bring two forms of identification, one with your current address, to your polling place and be prepared to vote at the same time.

And don't forget to vote on March 14.
H/T NBCCHICAGO

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