We're here...for voter registration.
March 20, 2018 is the Gubernatorial Primary Election
Go to CookCountyClerk.com where you can choose to:
To register to vote in Illinois:
- Register to vote
- Find your polling place
- Vote by mail (absentee)
- Find your voter information
- Check the important Election Event Dates for early voting, grace period registration, etc.
- You must be a United Stated Citizen.
- You must be 17 years old on or before the date of the Primary Election and turn 18 on or before the date of the General Election.
- You must live in your election precinct at least 30 days prior to Election Day.
- Not be convicted and in jail.
- Not claim the right to vote anywhere else.
In Illinois, you do not declare affiliation with a political party when you register to vote. In primary elections, you must choose to vote a specific political party ballot.
If you have moved or changed your name, you must re-register to vote.
The American Association of Persons with Disabilities (AADP) strongly advocates that all people with disabilities fully participate in the political process, including registering to vote.
Work on Election Day: The Cook County Clerk's office needs you to serve in a suburban precinct for the March 20 election. Local democracy depends on the poll workers who take pride in serving voters in their community each Election Day. These poll workers come together and make it possible for hundreds of their neighbors and fellow citizens to cast their ballots and have their voices.
Please call the River Forest Township Clerk's office with any questions:
phone: 708.771.6159 x234