Vote from Home

Vote from Home

Vote by Mail

The DuPage Election Division is encouraging voters to vote by mail to avoid having to go to the polls during the Covid-19 Pandemic.  Their website has extensive information.  Watch their video and look at our checklist for voting.  You can find answers to your questions in the Q&A with County Clerk Jean Kaczmerak, the Glen Ellyn's League's FAQ and Five Reasons to have Confidence in Mail-in Voting. These include information about the security of voting by mail. If you are not sure how you signed your name when you registered, you can look on your Voter Registration ID Card sent out by the County Clerk.  (e.g.,  James Q. Madison or James Madison or James Quincy Madison).  The top part of the ID card looks like:

DuPage County, IL Voter registration ID card

 

 

Checklist for Voting from Home

checkboxMake sure you are registered to vote. If not, register to vote online

checkboxComplete an online “Vote By Mail” application OR fill out and mail your “Vote By Mail” application sent to you by the Election Division around August 1st or after you registered. No postage needed.

checkboxAfter September 24th when you receive your “Mail in Ballot”, fill it out as soon as possible. 

checkboxPut it in the postage-paid envelope and be sure to sign the envelope with the signature you use to vote. Mail or drop off your ballot at a ballot drop location (see below).

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Track your ballot online.

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Tell your friends you voted.

 

Voters will be able to drop off their vote by mail ballots at a secure drop box at the DuPage County Wheaton facility (24 hour cameras will be posted) as well as at all early voting locations and on election day at polling locations.

Changed your mind about Vote By Mail? You can vote in person at any Early Voting Site or on Election Day at your polling site. Bringing your VBM Ballot and envelope is preferable. If you do not bring your VBM Ballot and envelope to early voting, you will still be able to vote. If you do not bring in your VBM Ballot and envelope on Election Day, you will cast a provisional vote.