Evanston will have six fewer voting precincts for February's statewide primary than it did for the city elections this year.
Cook County Clerk David Orr says he's trimming the total number of precincts in suburban Cook County by 15 percent to save about $750,000 a year.
The reduction here amounts to 9 percent of what had been 70 precincts in town. In some cases voters will still be using the same polling place, but the polling place will serve fewer precincts.
Here are details of the changes in Evanston: