Looking to find out who will be on your ballot for the Nov. 3, 2020 election? Here’s an easy way to find out. We’ve also included campaign finance, polling data, and campaign spending reports for federal races. These are live dashboards that will be updated daily.

This sample ballot tool originated as a project of The Chicago Reporter and is provided with support from Newspack and the American Press Institute. Candidate data is sourced from Ballotpedia.
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Volunteer Center celebrates 20th anniversary, even through a pandemic

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Presidential Election

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US house election in district 1 (Bryan Steils vs Roger Polack)

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