You still have a few days left to register to vote to take part in the upcoming primary election in Illinois.
The procedure of registering to vote can be done online through the website of the State Board of Elections, making it a straightforward endeavor. Despite this, there won’t be much time left for you, I’m afraid. The offer expires at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday.
In Illinois, as of the 8th of November, a person who has been convicted of a felony and is presently serving a prison sentence is not able to register to vote in the state. To vote, prospective candidates needed to demonstrate that they had been a resident of their precinct for at least a month.
In addition, you are eligible to register in person during the grace period at any of the early voting locations in your jurisdiction until June 27th, or at the location of your regular polling place on Election Day. To accomplish this, you are going to need to bring along two different forms of identification.
It’s possible to get your voter registration status mixed up with other information. Please click this link to check the status of your voter registration.
In this section of The News God Guide to Voting in the 2022 Illinois Primary Election, you will find information on how to vote early, who will be on the ballot, and the hours that polling places will be open on Election Day.