Before an election, find your polling place, information about the next election, information about voter registration, polling places, sample ballots and candidates at The DuPage Election Division.
- To Vote, you must...
- You must be a United States citizen
- You must be at least 18 years old on or before the next election (OR for a General Primary, must be 17 and will be 18 by the General Election)
- You must live in your election precinct at least 30 days before the next election
- You must not be convicted and in jail
- You cannot claim the right to vote anywhere else
- Early Voting
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. Find locations for early voting at the DuPage County Election Division.
Are you registered to VOTE?
You must register at least 28 days prior to an election in order to vote in that election. You can register in person, online, or by mail.
- In person at local City, Village, or Township Halls in DuPage County or at the Election Division's office in addition to some local Libraries. When registering, be sure to bring two forms of identification with you, one of which must have your correct address on it.
- REGISTER ONLINE to access the Illinois Online Voter Application. To apply electronically you must provide:
- Your Illinois Drivers License number or Illinois Secretary of State issued State ID number.
- Date the license or ID was issued.
- The last four digits of your Social Security number.
- Your birth date.
- By mail using an approved registration application form. Contact the Election Division to have a form sent to you. The deadlines for mailing or delivering this form is no later than 28 days before the next election.
Grace Period Voter Registration and Voting
- Following the close of registration, Illinois allows for "Grace Period" Registration and Voting beginning the 27thday prior until the day before an election. For more information about "Grace Period", click here.
- In order to "Grace Period" register and vote, you must meet the same qualifications needed to register to vote. In addition, you will need to bring 2 forms of ID with you, which indicate your name and address.
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