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#NobleVotes2022

 

Noble is committed to partnering with our communities to make sure we are all prepared to vote, so that we can all let our voices be heard on election day, June 28th. Below is a three step guide to help you prepare to vote.

Register to Vote

Step 1: Register to Vote

The deadline to register online for the 2022 Primary Election is June 12th.

In Illinois, you can still register to vote in person at an early polling location until June 27th, or on Election day at your assigned polling place.

Be sure to take your ID and a piece of mail with your address along with you if you register in person. Check out the Chicago Elections website for a list of acceptable forms of ID and polling places.

If you don’t have a state ID/driver’s license, the deadline to register to vote by mail is June 23rd.

Register to Vote

Step 2: Create a voter plan

How will you vote in this election? Because of the pandemic, making a plan for how you’ll cast your ballot is essential. You have two options on how to vote in this election: Vote by Mail and Vote In-Person

Vote by Mail

All registered voters in the state of Illinois will be mailed a Vote By Mail ballot to ensure a safe and accessible voting option during the COVID-19 pandemic. Election officials will begin mailing ballots to voters by May 19th and will include a ballot card, a return envelope, a list of Vote By Mail Drop Box locations, and an “I Voted” wrist band. When you mail your ballot package, you will receive an email with a tracking system to follow the ballot mailing to your address — and then track your Ballot.

Voters must sign the eligibility oath and date the Vote By Mail return envelope before submitting their ballot. Every signature is verified before the ballot is cleared for counting. If a signature is missing or if the signature does not match the one on file, the County will notify the impacted voter to allow the voter an opportunity to provide a valid signature.

Returning Your Vote By Mail Ballot

  • Return By Mail: must be postmarked by Election Day, June 28th, with no postage required. Because of USPS delays, it is recommended to mail your ballot at least two weeks in advance to ensure proper delivery.
  • Drop-Off at Dropbox Location
  • Drop-Off at Voting Center

Vote In-Person

Safe and accessible in-person voting options are available.

  • Early Voting Locations: Locations and schedules for Early Voting ahead of the June 28, 2022 Primary will be provided on this page by late May 2022. They will be available here.
  • Election Day Polling Locations: To verify your polling location, view here.

Step 3: Let your voice be heard!

Learn more about who and what is on the ballot and the potential impact of propositions in our communities, by visiting this nonpartisan site here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who can vote by mail?

Every registered voter will receive a vote-by-mail ballot for the June 28,2022 primary. Elections officials will begin mailing ballots to voters by May 19th. If you do not receive your vote-by-mail ballot or need to request a replacement, please contact your local election office.

Every registered voter will receive a vote-by-mail ballot for the June 28,2022 primary. Elections officials will begin mailing ballots to voters by May 19th. If you do not receive your vote-by-mail ballot or need to request a replacement, please contact your local election office.

Click here to check the status of your registration by entering the simplified version of your street address and your last name.

Locations & Hours for Early Voting – Link here

No stamp, no problem! Postage for vote-by-mail envelopes is prepaid and free for all voters in Illinois.

Secured Drop Boxes with date/time stamps will be available at every Early Voting site for Vote By Mail voters to submit their Ballot Return Envelopes from May 19th – June 28th.

Due to Covid-19, voters are encouraged to use Vote By Mail or Early Voting before Election Day which begins on June 13th. Voters can vote in person at any of the early voting polling locations or on election day at your precinct polling site.

Visit BallotReady, for every candidate and measure, explained. Know what you’re voting for by researching every race and referendum on the ballot

After marking your choices on your vote-by-mail ballot, place it in the official envelope provided by your county elections office and seal it. Sign the envelope where directed. You have multiple options for returning your ballot. To ensure your ballot arrives by the deadline, return it either:

By mail—must be postmarked on or before June 28th. No postage is required!

Even if you receive your vote-by-mail ballot and envelope, you can still vote in person at your polling place on Election Day. Bring your vote-by-mail ballot to the polling place and give it to a poll worker to exchange for a polling place ballot. If you do not have your vote-by-mail ballot and envelope, you may have to vote using a provisional ballot. This ensures that you have not already cast a ballot.

All elections offices are required to offer an accessible option to vote-by-mail. Vote-by-mail allows voters with disabilities to receive their ballot at home and mark it independently and privately before sending it back to election officials. For the June 28, 2022, Primary Election, all registered voters may use the vote-by-mail option. To sign up to vote-by-mail, click here, registered voters can request a vote by mail application as early as March 30th.

A U.S. citizen
At least 18 years old by the general election
A resident of your precinct at least 30 days prior to Election Day
You may also check your voting eligibility with our Your Voter Information search tool. If you have questions about your voting status, please visit the Chicago Board of Elections site here.

At Your Precinct Polling Place ON ELECTION DAY on June 28.  You must show (2) forms of ID. At least one (1) ID must list your current address. Click here for a list of acceptable forms of ID.

To be eligible to register to vote in Illinois, you must be:

  • A U.S. citizen
  • At least 18 years old by the general election
  • A resident of your precinct at least 30 days prior to Election Day

You may also check your voting eligibility with our Your Voter Information search tool. If you have questions about your voting status, please visit the Chicago Board of Elections site here

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