The Illinois primary is in two days. Illinois uses an open primary system, meaning when you go to vote you can choose either the Republican ballot or the Democrat ticket. I consider this a great way of doing it, because you are not locked into a single party. There is a wide spectrum of candidates on either side of the aisle.
You might have already voted if your state is one of the earlier primaries, or you probably already know which presidential candidate you plan to vote for. Just today, Trump stopped in our town for a last minute rally. About 3000 supporters turned out, and about a third of that in protesters staged outside. We steered clear of the whole mess.
The local elections are far less fiery and in my opinion far more important. The Republican ballot has a senate race (incumbent) and a county coroner contest (incumbent) in addition to the presidential nomination. The Democrat ballot has just the presidential and senate race.
The last time the coroner was on the ticket there were a total of 6800 votes.