Nonpartisan Resources for the General Primary Election

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What is it?

The upcoming primary election on March 17, 2020 is the way for voters to identify their preferred candidates for the upcoming General Election. This process helps to limit the number of candidates for various elected positions at all levels of government. You can learn more about the General Primary Election here.

Register to Vote

Will County Voter Registration Information

The Will County Clerk’s office website provides information about how to register and what you need to get the process started. You can also check to see what precinct you are in and where your polling place is.  

You have several options for registering to vote, including:

There is also Grace Period Registration/Voting as well as Same-Day Voter Registration through the Will County Clerk’s Office. 

Please note: You can also register to vote at the Library.

Where to Vote?

Find your polling place for Election Day here: www.thewillcountyclerk.com/elections/precinct-lookup

Date to Remember:

FEBRUARY 6, 2020 FIRST DAY OF EARLY VOTING AT THE WILL COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
FEBRUARY 6, 2020 FIRST DAY TO MAIL REQUESTED VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS
FEBRUARY 19, 2020 FIRST DAY FOR GRACE PERIOD REGISTRATION AND VOTING
MARCH 1, 2020 LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE
MARCH 2, 2020 FIRST DAY OF EARLY VOTING AT TEMPORARY POLLING PLACES
MARCH 12, 2020 LAST DAY TO REQUEST A VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT
MARCH 16, 2020 LAST DAY FOR EARLY VOTING
MARCH 17, 2020 ELECTION DAY
MARCH 25, 2020 RETABULATION: VERIFYING ELECTION DAY RESULTS
APRIL 7, 2020 ELECTION RESULTS BECOME OFFICIAL

Note: Additional information is available from the Will County Clerk’s Office.

Check Those Facts

Interested in double-checking facts about candidates?  This information is available from a number of resources, including those listed below.