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Everything you need to know before you vote

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We know this election matters to you, and that being informed about each candidate on the ballot before you vote is paramount. So in the past few weeks, we’ve compiled all the information you need into our 2020 Election Voting Guide. It includes candidate questionnaires gathered by our Editorial Board, as well as our ed board’s endorsements, which are worth checking out if you’re undecided in a particular race.
We’ve also broken down what you need to know about the proposed graduated income tax, which Illinois residents will be asked about on their ballot, including how it will affect your taxes.
And if you need more information on how to vote, we have that, too. Here’s everything you need to know to get your ballot counted in the 2020 election, from early voting to mail-in ballots to voting on Election Day.
Chicago Sun-Times' Illinois Voting Guide 2020
Everything you need to know about the proposed graduated income tax
How to vote in the November election in Illinois
Will your mailed-in ballot be counted? We did a test-mailing to see.
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Downstate Rep. Mike Bost, an Illinois Trump campaign chair, tests positive for COVID-19
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