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A nonpartisan resource for election information in DuPage, Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties.
Primary & General Consolidated Elections in Illinois: The election day for the consolidated election is the first Tuesday in April of each odd year, unless that day is during Passover, in which case the election is the first Tuesday after Passover. Its associated consolidated primary election is held on the preceding last Tuesday in February. The consolidated election was established in 1982; before this, many local government held separate elections on unrelated days at unrelated places.
The upcoming 2023 Consolidated Election is Tuesday, April 4th. The Aurora Public Library District Board of Library Trustees has three write-in candidates for two open positions in the April 4th Consolidated Election. Kane and DuPage County both keep lists of Write-In-Candidates:
Similar to Kane County, in order to be a write-in candidate, a notarized Declaration of Intent to Be a Write-In Candidate must have been filed with the DuPage County Election Division no later than 61 days prior to the election. Write-in candidate names will not appear on the ballot; the DuPage County Clerk Election Division maintains the Write-In Candidate Listings.
Voters may only write-in candidates who have already filed a Declaration of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate 61 days prior to the election. Nonetheless, write-in candidate names will not appear on the ballot, only the option to write-in. The Kane County Clerk's Office keeps an up-to-date Write-In Candidate List for voters. A candidate who is defeated for nomination is not allowed to file a Declation of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate.
*Note that Kendall or Will Counties do not provide lists of write-in candidates.
You must register at least 28 days prior to an election in order to vote in that election. You can register online, by mail, or in person. Following the close of registration, Illinois allows for "Grace Period" registration and voting beginning the 27th day prior until the day before an election. Online registration is available through the 15th day prior to Election Day.
To Vote in Illinois:
You must be a United States Citizen.
You must be 17 years old on or before the date of the Primary Election and turn 18 on or before the date of the General or Consolidated Election.
You must live in your election precinct at least 30 days prior to Election Day.
You must not be serving a sentence of confinement in any penal institution as a result of a conviction.
You may not claim the right to vote anywhere else.
At the library
Register to vote at the library through October 11! Select staff are trained deputy registrars. Stop by a service desk for more information. Dependent on staff availability.