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Voter Information

For a quick and easy way to register to vote, please use the Illinois Online Voter Application.
Not sure if you're already registered? Use this online tool to check!

Next Election
The Consolidated General Election will be held on April 6, 2021.

Resources


Identification needed when registering in person
If registering to vote in person, residents must display two pieces of identification. Neither needs to be a photo ID, but one must include a current address. Acceptable forms of ID include:
 
  • Illinois driver’s license
  • Illinois state ID
  • Employee or student ID
  • Credit card
  • Social Security card
  • Birth certificate
  • Utility bill in applicant's name
  • Mail postmarked to the applicant
  • Valid U.S. passport
  • Lease or rental contract

Cook County Voter Registration by Mail
If applying online isn’t your style, Cook County provides applications to register by mail in six languages.
 
Visit the Cook County Clerk's website for information on overseas and military registration.

Cook County Early Voting and Grace Period Voting
If you miss the deadline for voter’s registration, you're still eligible to register and vote at the same time because of Grace Period Voting. See below for a link to information on Grace Period Voting in Cook County.

Early Voting: Skip the Election Day lines and vote early at these locations.

Grace Period Voting: Didn’t register by the deadline? Not to worry! During the early voting period, you are eligible for grace period registration.

More Information
If you want to prepare before casting your vote, check out your sample ballot on the Cook County Clerk’s website.


Will County
Visit the Will County Clerk's Office website to request a vote by mail ballot and check the status of your ballot, to find out where to go on Election Day by looking up your nearest polling place, or to use the Will County Clerk's Voter Lookup page.

Voting Precinct Information
Choose your county for voting precinct information.