Vote by Mail

Vote by Mail

Vote By Mail Information

Vote by Mail is available to all Illinois residents. You probably received some information in the mail about Illinois' Vote by Mail program. Vote by Mail is a great way to vote while staying safe and socially distant during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ballots can be tracked throughout the Vote by Mail process so you can be sure your vote is secure.

June 16, 2020 – Voters can begin requesting Vote by Mail ballots

September 24, 2020 – Ballots will be mailed by local election divisions

October 29, 2020 – the last day to request an Illinois Vote by Mail ballot

November 3, 2020 – Vote by Mail ballots must be postmarked (if sending by US Mail) or received (if dropping at secure Vote by Mail box, located at early voting sites) by Election Day

Vote by Mail Illinois Information

Illinois passed a new law expanding the ability of everyone in the state to Vote by Mail. Any person who is registered to vote in Illinois can request a Vote by Mail ballot. Not sure if you’re registered? See our Voter Registration information page to check your status.

For more information, see the Illinois State Board of Elections Vote by Mail information page

Kane County Vote by Mail Application

You can request your Vote by Mail application online or you can mail in your request to the Kane County Clerk. All information is found on the Kane County Vote by Mail application page.

McHenry County Vote by Mail Application

You can request your Vote by Mail application online or you can mail in your request to the McHenry County Clerk. All information is found on the McHenry County Vote by Mail application page.

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