Any registered voter (check your status) in Lake County may choose to vote early
March 20-April 1
9:00 AM-5:00 PM (M-F)
9:00 AM-2:00 PM (S)
Beginning approximately 40 days before each election, confirm your voting site for both early voting and Election Day. You may view a picture of the building, see a map and view driving directions to your site.
Voting is on April 4.
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
You can vote early or by mail!
Are you Registered to Vote?
Go To to the Lake County Voter Power Site to find out.
Vote by Mail
(Go to Voter Power at Lake County for more information.)
As early as 90 days before an election, any registered voters in Illinois can submit a request to have a ballot mailed to them. (January 4, for April 4 election). However, the ballot cannot be mailed before an official request is received by the Clerk’s office. Requests can be made electronically (without a voter signature), or by signing a printed request form and mailing it to the election official. Warning: voters making an E-request must supply an email address which state law makes available to political parties and campaigns.
Illinois law does not permit official ballots to be mailed more than 40 days (February 23) before an election.
Are you a Snowbird? Student? Military Voter? Live out of the Country?
You can still vote. Go to Lake County's Vote by Mail site for more information.
Voting on Election Day
To find out where your polling place is located or about about Curbside Voting, Provisional Voting, or ADA (American with Disabilities Act) Voting? Go to Lake County Voter Power Site to find out.