Voter Services

AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE?
– use our VOTER LOOKUP to find out if you are registered to vote

REGISTER TO VOTE
– who can register
– how to register
– where to register
– changed my address
– changed my name
– updating family members information
Registrars

WHERE DO I VOTE?
– all Polling Places open at 6:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM
– use our Polling Place lookup to find out where to vote on Election Day
– check your most current Voter Registration Card (not required to bring this with you on Election Day)
– check the Voter Information Guide that was mailed to your residents filled with information about the upcoming election

VOTE BY MAIL
– military & overseas U.S. Citizens
– permanently disabled
– requesting a Vote by Mail ballot
Vote by Mail ballot status lookup

EARLY VOTING
– who can vote early
– locations

GRACE PERIOD VOTING
– for individuals who were unable to register to vote or change their address 28 days prior to an election

PROVISIONAL VOTING
– reason why an individual might have to vote this way
– information to find out if the vote was counted

VOTING MACHINES
– Optical Scan Voting
– Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Voting Device
– DS200 Instructional Video

Residents of the City of Aurora who reside in Will County should contact the Aurora Election Commission to verify their voter eligibility as well as election Polling Place

If you have any questions, click here to email the Election department.