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Voting Information

ELECTION JUDGES NEEDED FOR APRIL 7 ELECTION

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Information for Voters

Information on registration and voting locations and dates, registration verification, vote by mail application, and sample ballots can be found at:

For SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY RESIDENTS:
Cook County Clerk
69 W. Washington, Suite 500,
Chicago, IL 60602
312-603-5656
http://www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections

For CHICAGO RESIDENTS:
Chicago Board of Elections
69 W. Washington, Suite 600,
Chicago, IL 60602
http://www.chicagoelections.com

Online Voter Registration

YOU CAN NOW REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE AT:
https://ova.elections.il.gov/

To register online you must have an Illinois drivers license or Illinois state ID.

Please Note: When registering online it is optional to provide your email address so that you can receive an email response concerning your registration instead of a U.S. Postal Service response. The political parties do have access to email addresses that are provided.

Consolidated Election - April 7, 2015

For information about the election in Chicago:
http://www.chicagoelections.com

For information about the election in suburban Cook County:
http://www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections

Important Dates for the Consolidated Election - April 7, 2015

Feb. 26 through April 2 - Mail-In Ballot Applications accepted during this time. Application can be done either by mail or on-line.

March 10 - Last day to register to vote

March 11 through April 4 - Grace Period Registration at specified locations and you must vote at the same time as you register

March 23 through April 4 - Early Voting at selected sites

April 6 - Last day mail ballots can be postmarked

April 7 - ELECTION DAY - Polls open 6am-7pm - vote in your precinct

Offices up for Election

In this election we chose the persons who will serve in many different capacities in our communities.

As elected Village/Town Officials such as Mayor, President, or Clerk

Or as elected members of boards such as:

Village Board/City Council
Library Board
Park District Board
School District Board
Community College Board
Fire Protection District Board
Other Special Purpose Boards

There also may be local referenda on the ballot.