Click here for the full list of polling places in DuPage County. You can also look up your polling place at the DuPage Election Commission website, which includes sample ballots, your registration status, and candidate listings. Some precincts have changed polling places, so double check your voting location. For Republicans to win, we need your vote. Make sure your voice is heard by casting your ballot for the entire GOP ticket. Together, we’ll bring back Illinois!
Research your voting choices:
Use the map above to guess which districts pertain to you or better yet: print your sample ballot at http://vote-usa.org.
You do not need to wait to vote. LisleGOP encourages you to vote early in person or by mail.
Early Voting (in person): at any DuPage Early Voting Site. Closest to home are Naperville Municipal Center on Eagle St from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday, and Saturdays 9 am – noon or Lisle Village Hall on Burlington Mondays 7:30 am to 6:30 pm or Tues-Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Vote by Mail / Absentee Voting:
Voting by mail, formerly know as Absentee voting, has gotten easier in Illinois. It starts 40 days before an election. However, there are a couple steps to remember. First you find an application then, fill it out and mail it in. Logistically you must mail your application in at least 5 days before the election. You could call 630-407-5600 to receive a ballot application or for specific details browse these 2 links:
Who can 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 County precinct address for 30 days immediately prior to the next election.
Register to vote by mail: Type up and print mail in form
Where can I register to vote in person?
LISLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 777 Front St. Lisle, Il.
LISLE TOWNSHIP OFFICE 4711 Indiana Ave. Lisle, Il.
VILLAGE OF LISLE 925 Burlington Ave. Lisle, IL. 271-4100 M-F-7-5
VILLAGE OF WOODRIDGE 5 Plaza Dr. Woodridge, IL
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 Social Security Card Birth Certificate Employee
ID Card Student ID Card Credit Card
Library Card Insurance Card Utility Bill Checkbook Telephone Book
State ID Card
Or register by a Deputy Registrar duly appointed by the County Clerk. A Registrar’s can come to your house to register you to vote. Registration is open throughout the year.