Grace Period Registration
If you miss the Feb. 20 deadline to register by mail, Early Voting & Registration will available from Feb. 21 through March 19.

Any voter who is registering or updating a registration at a Chicago address will cast a ballot during the same visit.


Already registered to vote? Not sure? Check here.

If you need to register for the first time, or file an address update, or file a name change, visit the Early Voting & Registration sites during the hours listed below:

Qualifications to Register to Vote
To register to vote, you must:
 - be a U.S. citizen, and
 - be born on or before Nov. 6, 2000, and
 - live in your precinct at least 30 days before the election, and
 - not claim the right to vote elsewhere, and
 - not be in prison/jail serving time for a conviction.
(Note: Ex-convicts who have completed their sentences and who are no longer incarcerated are eligible to vote in Illinois.)

NOTE: A voter who needs to register OR file a change of address OR file a change of name during Early Voting & Registration needs to show 
two forms of ID, one of which showing the voter's current address.

Locations & Hours

Chicago Election Board - 69 W Washington St, Sixth Floor
Dates and hours to be determined
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Early Voting Sites
Sites and hours to be determined

Click here to enter your address and name to check your registration status.
Click here to enter your address only to find where you would register and vote on Election Day, Feb. 28.
Click here for a list of acceptable forms of ID (including pay stubs, bank statements, utility bills) that voters may use to Register at Early Voting or on Election Day.