Many campaigns add voter information to help supporters register to vote. A voter information page is one of the default pages, but it can changed or deleted if you choose.
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.
When to re-register
Your registration is permanent unless you move or change your name.
If you have moved within the County, you must transfer your registration by re-registering. You may choose to write your new address on the back of your voter identification card and mail it to the Clerk's office.
You must re-register with the local election authority or county clerk if you move to an address outside of the County.
Voters who legally change their name, but not their address, do not have to re-register. If you have changed your name, you can vote after updating your information at the polls.
Where do I vote?
On Election Day, you will cast your ballot in a polling place, usually in a public building near your home, that serves as a polling place.
If you live in suburban Cook County, you will receive a brochure before each election that lists the address of your polling place.
You can also call the Clerk's office at (555) 123-4567 or email Jane's campaign at firstname.lastname@example.org