IL Voters - Check Your Voter Registration Today!
Hey IL Voters - Check Your Voter Registration Today - Visit the Illinois Voter Registration database and verify your status, correct your name or address, or register anew: https://ova.elections.il.gov/RegistrationLookup.aspx
Deadlines and When, Where & How to Register to Vote in Chicago for the Nov. 6 Election, (most of this info is good for all IL residents as well). - Online: Use your IL driver's license or state ID card to register to vote or to change your name or address. Deadline: 11:59 pm, Sun., Oct. 21 Yes, you may use an IL state ID and/or IL driver's license that lists your old address to register at your new address.
- By Mail: Use this downloadable form. Fill in the blanks, print it, sign it and deliver it or mail it. Deadline: 11:59 pm, Tue., Oct. 9. https://chicagoelections.com/en/register-to-vote-change-of-address.html - In Person at Early Voting: Any site in Chicago from Oct. 16 through Nov. 5. - Illinois Secretary of State's Office: If also obtaining a new driver's license or state ID during that visit. - Deputy Registrar: Through Oct. 9, register with any active deputy registrar who is affiliated with a local organization, such as a political party, ward organization or other state-certified body. - At Your Precinct Polling Place on Election Day on Nov. 6 After your registration form is processed, the Election Board will mail a new voter card. Qualifications to Register to Vote To register to vote, you must: - be a U.S. citizen, and - be born on or before November 6, 2000, and - live in your precinct at least 30 days before the election, and - not claim the right to vote elsewhere; and - not be in prison/jail serving time for a conviction. (Note: Ex-convicts who have been released from prison/jail and who meet all other requirements listed above are eligible to register and vote in Illinois. Ex-convicts who have been released and are on parole/probation ARE eligible to register and vote in Illinois.)