2020 Presidential Election Information

Voting Information for Presidential Election November 3, 2020
Posted on 08/17/2020
Voting

The Village has been receiving many questions regarding the upcoming Presidential Election held on November 3. Referenced below are some of the most commonly asked questions. This article will be updated as new information is received.

ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUESTS
Voters may apply for an absentee ballot on line at www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections, go to Vote by Mail under the Elections tab.  Forms were also mailed by the County and should have been received by registered voters last Friday, August 14th. The voter submits their form to Cook County.  The ballots are then mailed to the voter.

WILL YOUR BALLOT BE COUNTED?
Absentee ballots must be postmarked on/before Election Day in order to be counted.  Three Election judges review the signature on each ballot to ensure their authenticity. The results of any election are not certified until the absentee ballots received within two weeks of the election date are counted. 

IS THERE A DROP BOX FOR BALLOTS AT VILLAGE HALL?

There will be a drop box at Village Hall during Early Voting. As of August 17th, the Village is not certain where the drop box will be located.

REGISTER TO VOTE – Online at The Cook County Clerk's website. Last day for online registration is 10/18/2020. 

EARLY VOTING
Early voting is available to all registered voters of suburban Cook County from October 19-November 2 at Village Hall. Times will be announced October 9th. The line will form outside of the building on Sigwalt as a health precaution.


SAME DAY – REGISTRATION & VOTING
If a resident has missed the last day to register to vote, they are eligible to register and vote at Village Hall during Early Voting. 

Call 312-603-1123 or check the Cook County Clerk’s website with any questions.