With. By. For. Our Community

Voting Information

To vote in Illinois, a person must be a U.S. citizen who has resided in an Illinois precinct for at least 30 days prior to Election Day. To be eligible, a voter must be at least 18 years of age by Election Day. A 17-year-old may vote in a primary if he or she will be 18 years old at the subsequent general election.

Are you registered to vote?

Eligible voters can also register to vote in person by going to:

  • Your village, city, or township clerk
  • A drivers license facility. You can register to vote when you obtain or renew your drivers license or state identification card at any of the license facilities.
  • Registration is also available at other state government offices, including public assistance offices, and military recruitment offices.

Where do I vote?

Other useful Voting Links

  • Find your polling place
  • Election Dates and Deadlines
  • Voter Registration Form
  • Apply for an Absentee Ballot
  • Services for Disabled Voters
  • Election Board Locations and Hours