Voters will be able to vote early for the April 6, 2021 Consolidated Election.
- Beginning February 25, Will County residents can vote early from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. through April 5 at the Will County Clerk’s Office located at 302 N. Chicago St., in downtown Joliet.
- Starting March 22, Village of Plainfield residents can also vote early at Plainfield Village Hall, 24401 Lockport St., Plainfield from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through April 3.
- For additional information about early voting in other locations in Will County, please go to the Will County Clerk’s Office website.
Voting by Mail for the April 6, 2021 Consolidated Election
- Voters who have applied to vote by mail are receiving those ballots in the mail. Others who are interested in voting by mail will also be able to submit applications for Vote By Mail Ballots through April 1. Please go to the Will County Clerk’s website to apply to vote by mail, if interested.
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:
- Print and Mail by filling out a paper Illinois Voter Registration application (learn more at the Illinois State Board of Elections website)
- In-person at Plainfield Public Library District. We recommend calling ahead to make sure a voter registrar is available at the time you would like to come in: 815-436-6639
- In-person with a Registrar at the Will County Clerk’s office
- Online through the Illinois State Board of Elections application website
Where to Vote?
Find your polling place for Election Day here: www.thewillcountyclerk.com/elections/precinct-lookup
Note: Additional information is available from the Will County Clerk’s Office.
Ballotready.org Where you go before you vote
Check your registration, make a plan to vote, and research every name and measure on the ballot with BallotReady.
Check Those Facts
Interested in double-checking facts about candidates? This information is available from a number of resources, including those listed below.
- FactCheck.org (a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center)
- Center for Public Integrity
- Vote Smart