Voting by mail is an option for any qualified registered voter in Will County to cast their ballot prior to Election Day.
CITY OF AURORA RESIDENTS
Contact the Aurora Election Commission at (630) 897-4030 to request a Vote by Mail ballot.
MILITARY & OVERSEAS U.S. CITIZENS
Members of the Military, including their spouses and dependents, and U.S. citizens temporarily residing outside of the U.S. or whose intent to return is uncertain may submit a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to receive a Vote by Mail Ballot. Click here for more information.
Voters who have a permanent disability are eligible to enroll in the Permanently Disabled Vote by Mail Program and automatically receive a ballot for the next 5 years. To print out the application click here.
Voters who have been admitted to the Hospital, Nursing Home or Rehabilitation Center not more than 14 days before an Election can make an application for the personal delivery of an official ballot. To print the application click here.
REQUESTING A VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT
Vote by Mail request forms will be available December 20, 2017 for the March 20, 2018 Primary Election
– On our website: click here
– By mail: Vote by Mail printable application
VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT STATUS LOOKUP
– Offers you the ability to track the progress of your Vote by Mail ballot
*Per Illinois State Statute, the County Clerk’s Office will be posting in the office, the list of voters who have participated in the Early Voting process for the March 20, 2018 General Primary Election. This list will include those voters who either requested a Vote by Mail ballot or voters who cast an Early Voting or Grace Period ballot at the County Clerk’s Office or one of the Early Voting sites designated in Will County. This list will begin to display on December 20, 2017 and will be updated every Friday.*