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Join us over the next two weeks to support Brandon Johnson for Mayor. Follow the links below to get involved. Please read our articles below about why Brandon Johnson is the best choice for mayor.

Our Monthly Membership Meeting is held the 3rd Wednesday of each month, starting at 6:30pm via Zoom. Our meetings are open to the public including new and existing members.
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Follow the link above to check your voter registration status, find your polling location, and see a list of your districts.

You can register to vote and vote simultaneously at any of the early voting locations, or on election day April 4th in your home precinct.

You will need two forms of identification. One of those forms will need to have your current address. Follow the link above to learn about the forms of ID you can bring with you.

Early Voting begins at all ward sites on March 20th, 2023.

To find a list of early voting locations, please follow the link above. Any Chicagoan can vote at any of the 50 sites.

The 35th Ward site is located at: Northeastern Il University El Centro, 3390 N. Avondale Ave.

Voters can request a vote by mail ballot until March 30, 2023, but we recommend allowing more time for your ballot to arrive.

The last day to return your vote by mail ballot to your elections authority is April 4th. Ballots must be postmarked by April 4th to be valid in the election.

If you choose to vote in person, return your mail-in ballot at your voting site.

About United Neighbors of the 35th Ward (UN35)

United Neighbors of the 35th Ward (UN35) is a grassroots, independent political organization that organizes in Hermosa, Logan Square, Avondale, Irving Park, and Albany Park. We organize to unite and amplify the voices of poor and working people in our communities to participate in our local political process. We are a volunteer-led, community-funded organization.

We encourage everyone to participate how they can.

There are many opportunities within UN35 to learn about activism and volunteering with your community. A good place to get started is speaking with one of our organizers. One of us will give you a call when you click “Get Involved” at the top of the page and send us a response.

If you aren’t ready to join us for a meeting or a community canvass, please consider making a monthly donation to sustain our work. Donations help us keep our office space open.