This page contains informations specific to Suburban Cook County elections.
City of Chicago voter information can be found here.
Lake County voter information can be found here.
Information about voting in other counties near the Illinois 10th Congressional district can be found here.
March 20, 2018 – General Primary Election
November 6, 2018 – General Election
Polls are open from 6 am and close at 7 pm.
Find Your Polling Place
Check your registration status here.
Find your polling place here.
If you are not registered to vote, contact Scott@northshoreindivisible to have a deputy voter registrar meet you in person and register you or you can fill out this form online, or print and mail this form. Mail in forms are available in the following languages:
Primary Election Early Voting begins March 5, 2018 and ends March 19, 2018
General Election Early Voting begins October 22, 2018 and ends November 5, 2018.
Any registered voter in Cook County may choose to vote early starting 15 days before the traditional Election Day. Early voting ends the Monday before Election Day. Each voter has a convenient Cook County Elections sites available for early voting.
Cook County determines the early voting sites closer to election day. Please check back for more detailed information closer to election day.
Voting By Mail
Any registered voter in Cook County Elections may choose to vote by mail. Voters may submit an online request for a ballot or may mail an application for a ballot prior to Election Day. Voters may enroll in one of the programs offering the mailing of an application for a ballot to a specified address and for the elections selected. For more information, see this Voting by Mail page.
More information about Voting Options in Cook County Elections can be found here.
Contact information for Cook County Election Authorities