You can vote for Chicago's next mayor starting Tuesday

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CHICAGO (Fox 32 News) - Early voting in Chicago's mayoral race starts on Tuesday.

Fourteen candidates are on the ballot to replace Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

People can start voting at the Chicago Board of Elections' "Supersite" in the Loop on West Washington Street starting at 9 a.m.

Fifty neighborhood polling sites will be open for early voting starting on Feb. 11.

The election is on Feb. 26.