Registered Voters: 388,945 as of 10/10/15

Optical Scan Voting - An Easy, Accurate, and Secure Way to Vote!
Just "Darken the Oval"

The County Clerk’s Office introduced the Optical Scan Voting System for the General Primary Election on March 16, 2004. County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots says, "This new system meets the many new legislative requirements of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), such as providing voters an opportunity to check for and correct ballot errors (over votes)".

Voting Aids

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Voting Device
 Voting Aids Flyer for Will County Elderly & Handicapped Voters (PDF Format)

Optical Scan Voting Instructions

Optical Scan Voting Instructions...It's as Easy as 1-2-3 !



Voting System Selection Criteria

Why Did Will County Implement New Election and Voting Registration Systems in 2004?
Why did Will County select the Optical Scan Voting System?


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