Public Voting Records

Illinois Public Voting Records

Get information on elections in Illinois at libraries.
Illinois Public Voting Records

Check your voter registration status and find your local polling place.
Registration and Polling Place

I'm not registered, how do I register to vote? If you're going to be 18 years old by the time of the next election, a U.S. citizen, and a resident of Illinois you can get your voter registration forms here.
English Voter Registration Form
Spanish Voter Registration Form

Federal Post Card Application for Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot
FPCA form

To find the mailing address for your local jurisdiction here.
Election Authorities

There are multiple places to register to vote during an election year including

	County Clerk's Office
	Board of Election Commissioner's Office
	City and Village Offices
	Township Offices
	Precinct Committeeman
	Public Libraries
	Military Recruitment Offices

Absentee Voters. Military personnel, citizens outside of the United States, state and federal employees can request an absentee voter ballot. Anyone requesting an absentee ballot may not visit a polling place on election day. Absentee application forms are only available prior to an election.
Absentee ballots

View the latest election schedule for the state of Illinois.
2013 election schedule

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