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CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY

OFFICE CLOSED except for Early Voting

Friday,  April 2, 2021 8:30 a.m. to 7p.m.

OFFICE CLOSED

OFFICE CLOSED

The Will County Clerk’s Office will be closed in observance of Lincoln’s Birthday.

In This Temple, As In The Hearts Of The People For Whom He Saved The Union, The Memory Of Abraham Lincoln Is Enshrined Forever. Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC.

PUBLIC TEST

Last day for the election authority to conduct public test of automatic tabulating equipment, Optical Scan Equipment, and Direct Recording Electronic Voting Equipment. (10 ILCS 5/24A-9, 24B-9,24C-9)

Note: All election authorities must provide timely written notice of their public test to the State Board of Elections prior to such test. Such notice must contain the date, time, and location of such test. Public notice of the time and place of the test must be given at least 48 hours prior to such test. (10 ILCS 5/24A-9, 24B-9, 24C-9)

ELECTION RESULTS BECOME OFFICIAL

Last day for the county clerk or board of election commissioners to canvass the election results. (10 ILCS 5/22-17)

VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT COUNTING

Last day for the county clerk or board of election commissioners to complete the tabulation of vote by mail ballots that were:
(1) postmarked by Election Day and were received after the close of the
polls on Election Day but not later than 14 days after the election,
(2) not postmarked at all, but did
have a certification date prior to the Election Day on the certification envelope, and were received after the close of the polls on       Election Day, but not later than 14 days after the election, and
(3) not
postmarked, but did have an intelligent mail barcode tracking system that verifies the envelope was mailed no later than Election Day and received not later than 14 days after the election. (10 ILCS5/19-8)

Note:  Voters whose ballots were rejected must be sent a notice of such along with the reason for the rejection within two (2) days of the rejection, but in all cases prior to the end of the 14-day period in which to count the vote by mail ballots. Such voters must be given an opportunity to appear before the election authority on or before the 14th day following the election to show cause to why the ballot should not be rejected. (10 ILCS 5/19-8(g))

PROVISIONAL BALLOT COUNTING

Last day for the county clerk or board of election commissioners to complete the validation and counting of provisional ballots. (10 ILCS 5/18A-15(a))

PROVISIONAL VOTERS

Last day a provisional voter may submit additional information to the county clerk or board of election commissioners to verify or support their registration status. Material must be received by this date. (10 ILCS 5/18A-15(d))