Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
October 9, 2018: Last day to register with an affiliated deputy voter registrar
October 21, 2018: Last day to use the online link to register to vote
November 1, 2018: Last day to apply for Vote by Mail ballot
November 6, 2018: Election Day! Voter Registration Re-opens. "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 my register or update their registration and must vote at the same time.
Before an election, find your polling place, information about the next election, information about voter registration, polling places and candidates at The DuPage Election Commission:
To vote, you must -
1, Be at least 18 years old on Election Day
2. Be a US citizen
3. Have lived in your election precinct for at least 30 days prior to Election Day
4. Not currently in jail after felony conviction
5. Not claim the right to vote anywhere else
Early Voting is a period of time before local and National elections that allows you to vote. During early voting, you must vote in person and you are never required to give a reason why you're voting early. On the DuPage County Election Commission website, find locations for early voting.
Voting By Mail
In order to vote by mail, you obtain an application in person, online, or by mail, and return the ballot to an election authority.
Get more information about voting by mail at the Illinois State Board of Elections website.
Discover candidate resources, including a candidate guide and judicial vacancies.
Illinois Voter Guide is now available. Print out your ballot.
The DuPage County Board has voted to include three referendum questions on the November 2018 ballot related to taxes and the size of local government. The questions are as follows:
Hilary Denk and Nancy Svoboda attended.