Election Services

Where to Vote
You can find your polling place location in any of the following ways:
  • Online Voter Status/Polling Place Inquiry: You can use your last name, date of birth, and last four digits of your social security number to search online for the address and picture of your polling place.
  • Voter Registration Card: You can find your polling place by Township and Precinct number by checking your voter-registration card (latest card issued is red, white, and blue). Above your name and address is your Township and Precinct number. The polling place for your address is also listed on the card.
How to Register to Vote
You may register to vote if you are:
  • A U.S. Citizen and,
  • 18 years of age by the date of the next election and,
  • A resident of your Will County precinct address for 30 days immediately prior to the next election.
Two forms of identification are required to register through a deputy registrar:
  • At least one of the two forms must show your name and current address,
  • Only one form of identification may be a piece of mail addressed and delivered to you.
The second form must show your name. These forms of identification shall include, but not be limited to:
  • Driver's License
  • Employee ID Card
  • Library Card
  • Checkbook
  • Social Security Card
  • Student ID Card
  • Insurance Card
  • Telephone Book
  • Birth Certificate
  • Credit Card
  • Utility Bill
  • State ID Card 
Where to Register to Vote
You can register to vote at Village Hall, 1050 W. Romeo Rd., Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 pm.

Other Election Services
The Will County Clerk is the chief Election Authority administering elections throughout Will County. They offer election-related services to candidates, political parties, press, local units of government, and the general public. These services include absentee voting programs; securing polling places; recruiting, training and scheduling election judges and election workers; as well as election night tabulation of results and conducting the official canvass of elections. For more information on election services call 815-740-4794.

Please visit the Will County Clerk's website to learn more about these topics and frequently asked questions.
  • When is the next election in Will County? (Election Calendar)
  • Candidates & Services
  • Election Judges
  • Voting (Where do I vote?)
  • Voting Absentee
  • Early Voting
  • Grace Period Voting
  • Voter Registration
  • Voting System (Optical Scan Voting System)
  • Election Department (2007 Office Expansion Project)
  • Election Results
  • Elected Officials (Will County Directory)