Voter Registration FAQ
Can I register to vote at the library? Yes, we offer in-person voter registration. NOTE: In-person voter registration ends on October 6, 2020 for the Nov. 2020 General Election. Please call ahead and make sure there is a voter registrar available.
Is there online voter registration? Yes. Register or transfer registration on the Paperless Online Voter Application (POVA) site. The online application requires a valid Illinois Driver’s License or State ID. The last day to register online for the Nov. 2020 General Election is October 18, 2020.
How do I vote by mail? Find information about mail-in ballots here.
Where can I find a sample ballot? Find the sample ballot here. You will have to enter your address to access your sample ballot.
Where is my polling place? You can find polling place locations here.
When are the polls open? Polls are open on election day from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
What is “Grace Period” voting? ”Grace Period” voting provides individuals who did not register to vote or update their registration before the traditional deadline a “grace period” in which they may do so. During this period an individual may register or update their registration and must vote at the same time.
The schedule for “Grace Period” Registration and Voting is as follows:
Election Division Office at the DuPage County Fairgrounds October 7, 2020 — November 3, 2020
Designated Early Voting Locations October 19, 2020 — November 2, 2020
Voter‘s designated polling place on Election Day November 3, 2020
Itasca Voting Districts
- 8th Congressional
- 23rd Senatorial/Legislative
- 45th & 46th Representative
- 1st County Board
Illinois State Bar Association Judicial Ratings by County
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Illinois Voter Guide
An online voter resource brought to you by the League of Women Voters of Illinois.
Online Voter Registration
Access the Illinois online voter application. The registration period for the online voter registration system will close at 11:59 PM on 10/18/2020.
State Board of Elections
Provides Illinois election information. Categories include campaign disclosure, voting information, a list of directories, etc.
Gives voters information they need to participate in elections. Brought to you by the League of Women Voters Education Fund.
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League of Women Voters of Illinois
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Points of View Reference Center
Resources to understand issues, develop critical thinking skills, and develop persuasive arguments.
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Project Vote Smart
Provides election resources along with candidates’ biographical information, voting records, etc.
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