General Election Facts:
To Vote by Mail:
The ballot is the same whether you vote by mail, vote early, or vote at the polling place on Election Day (visit the Kane County Clerk's website for a list of all Nov. 8 polling places). Anyone who is properly registered to vote in the State of Illinois may apply for a Vote by Mail ballot (as well as apply for permanent Vote by Mail status). The last day a ballot can be mailed to you is 5 days prior to the election or November 3, 2022.
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When you check in at your polling place, instead of receiving a punch card, you will receive a piece of paper with a 4 digit number on it. You take it into the voting booth and enter the number into the eSlate™ system. The appropriate ballot will appear. You will then vote the ballot.
After the latest batch of ballots were counted — a total of 6,118 votes were cast as of Nov. 14, 2022 — it became clear there would not be enough new ballots returned by the Nov. 22 deadline to make up the 60-vote difference in my race for Kane County Board...