The 2019 Consolidated Election is Tuesday, April 2.
If you are 18 by April 2, an American citizen, and a resident of your voting precinct for 30 days, you are eligible to vote on April 2.
In Illinois, individuals with a felony conviction are eligible to vote after completing their prison sentence.
For registration and early voting information, visit your local election's office:
To vote on election day, you need to go to your polling place. To find your polling place:
If you encounter an issue trying to vote on election day, request to cast a provisional ballot. For more on casting a provisional ballot, go to https://www.elections.il.gov/downloads/electioninformation/pdf/provvotingil.pdf