The City of Chicago encourages you to make your plan to vote. Due to COVID-19, voters are encouraged to Vote by Mail or Early Vote. Visit chicagoelections.gov to vote on or before November 3rd.
As provided in the City's Governmental Ethics Ordinance, every City department and aldermanic office shall have an ethics officer, who is appointed by the department head or alderman. Ethics officers serve as valuable resources for all City employees and officials. They assist the Board of Ethics in ensuring that City personnel file their annual Statements of Financial Interests and complete the required trainings on time, direct questions to the Board, help the Board spread the word about new developments, and help identify City personnel who can be outstanding ethics models for all of us.