What you need to know ahead of Tuesday’s Consolidated Elections in Illinois
Ill. (KWQC) - The Consolidated Elections will be held Tuesday, April 6 in the state of Illinois.
According to the Illinois State Board of Elections, the following deadlines are still in effect ahead of Tuesday’s election.
- Monday, April 5 is the last day for early voting.
- Tuesday, April 6 is the last day for grace period registration and voting.
- When are polls open on Tuesday?
- Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
- Am I registered to vote?
- You can see if you’re registered to vote at this link.
- Where can you vote?
- To find your polling place you can check with the election authority of your jurisdiction. You can find that information at this link.
- What’s on the ballot?
- You can find out what’s on your ballot for your specific location at this link.
- What if I need assistance voting?
- According to the Illinois State Board of Elections website, it states only voters who “genuinely need assistance may be given assistance.”
- Illinois law provides that the following persons may receive assistance:
- Persons with disabilities or visually impaired voters;
- Those voters who cannot read or write the English language.
- All voters who need assistance must be registered to vote.
- You can find more information on voter assistance in the state of Illinois at this link.
The Illinois State Board of Elections website states that all voters should be aware of their voting rights and related voter information. Click here to view Illinois Voter Information.
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