How To Vote

Primary Election Day - March 17th, 2020
Please take the time and take part in making a choice in the people who serve our community. With additional voting options of Vote By Mail and Early voting, there are many of us who need your support at the polls. 
Vote By Mail

Registered voters can now request a Vote By Mail ballot for the April 2nd Consolidated Election. You will need either the last four digits of your social security or your drivers license number to apply online. You can also print out a Vote By Mail application which can be mailed to the Election Commission. Ballots will begin to be mailed on February 21st, when early voting starts. You must postmark your ballot no later than election day for your vote to count. If you change your mind and decide to vote in person, bring your vote by mail ballot and envelope with you to the polling place and let the election judge know so they can assist you properly. Click here to request a Vote By Mail Ballot. 

Early Voting

Early in-person voting at the DuPage Election Commission (Tentative dates via IL State Board of Elections). 

  • First day - February 9th, 2020

  • Last day - Monday, March 16th, 2020

More details, click the Early Voting

button (link will be updated once DuPage Election Commission releases schedule).

Sample Ballot

If you would like to view a sample copy of your ballot please click here. (Link will be updated when available

Absentee Voting

For U.S. Service and Citizens living overseas, or for voters that have been admitted to a hospital, nursing home or rehab  center please follow this link for more information. 

Find Your Polling Place

To find your polling place, and information on all of your currently elected officials, click this link. 


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