REGISTER TO VOTE IN PERSON You may register to vote at the Village Hall Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The last day to vote in person for the upcoming Gubernatorial General Election on November 6, 2018 is Tuesday, October 9, 2018. After October 9, Grace Period Registration and Early Voting will be allowed at other locations.
Information about Grace Period Registration and Early Voting, polling location, your precinct by address, your elected officials, and more can be found at the Cook County Clerk website. You can also verify your voter registration status with Cook County through thier website.
Voter Registration Options
Voters can register to vote in several convenient ways. You have the option to register in person at Village Hall, online, or through the mail.
If you don't have a driver's license or state ID, you may apply to register to vote by using an online application provided by the Illinois State Board of Elections. You must have a printer or provide an email to complete your online application.
Eligible suburban Cook County residents can complete a mail-in voter application form and return it to the Cook County Clerk's office. Voter registration applications are available in English, Hindi, Korean, Spanish, Chinese, and Polish.
The Clerk's office can also mail you an application form. Call (312) 603-0906 to request one.
3. Grace Period Registration and Voting Until November 4
Grace Period Registration and Voting extends the registration period by allowing voters to register and vote until the Monday before an election. Guidelines limit when and where grace period registrants can vote – during the 27 day grace period, voters must register and vote in person at one of the Clerk’s designated grace period locations.
Individuals wishing to vote during the grace period must bring two pieces of identification to register, one with a current address. Grace period registrants must immediately cast their ballot after registering to vote.
4. Election Day Registration and Voting November 6 (6 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
On Election Day, voters who are not registered to vote can register and vote at their home precinct only. Any voter who is not registered and needs to know where to go to register and vote on Election Day can utilize the Clerk’s online Your Voter Information Tool to find their proper polling place by address or birthday.
Voters planning on registering to vote or updating their address on Election Day must bring two pieces of identification to register, one with a current address.
Voting By Mail
Voters, including first-time voters, may Vote By Mail. Voter can Apply Online at the Cook County Clerk's website.
If you do not have one of the online application requirements, or if you prefer to apply on paper, you may download, print and sign a mail ballot application and send it to the Cook County Clerk's office by November 1.
If submitting a mail ballot application by mail:
Fill out the entire application
Sign the application
Mail the completed, signed application to: David Orr, Cook County Clerk 69 W. Washington St., Room 500 Chicago, IL 60602
All Mail Ballots must be received by the Cook County Clerk no later 14 days after Election Day to be counted.
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