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Voter Registration Day

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National Voter Registration Day is a non-partisan holiday that seeks to increase civic participation by encouraging Americans to register to vote and turn out to vote in record numbers this year. 

Helen Plum Library is here to help you prepare for Election Day with helpful links and information to ensure you are ready for November 3!  #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteReady

The League of Women Voters has a helpful guide to all things Illinois including how to register to vote, ways to vote, and what will be on your ballot.  You can view the guide here.

For all things DuPage, the county has an election website that has everything from how and where to register to information on local candidates. 
 
Want to make sure you are registered to vote in DuPage County?  Click here to find out.
 

Have questions about voting by mail?  Want to request a vote by mail ballot?  

Find out how to request a mail in ballot and the deadline dates for vote by mail here
 
You may also drop off your voted Ballots at the DuPage County Clerk Election Division office, at drop boxes located at the parking lot and main entrance of the Jack T. Knuepfer Administration Building, 421 N County Farm Road, Wheaton, or at drop boxes located within all DuPage County Early Voting Sites and Polling Places on Election Day.
 

Don’t want to wait until Nov 3 to cast your vote?  

Early voting in DuPage County starts Thursday, September 24, 2020 and there are numerous sites that will be open.  For a list of early voting locations, hours, and dates, click here.
 

DuPage County is committed to being ADA compliant at all voting locations as well as offering additional accessibility devices and features at polling places.  For a complete list of these features, click here.

Important Dates to Remember: 

Thu, Sep 24: Early voting in DuPage County starts 
Sat, Oct 31: Last day to early vote at temporary sites 
Mon, Nov 2: Last day to early vote at permanent sites 
Tue, Nov 3: Election Day!
 
Please note that Helen Plum Library is a designated polling place on Nov 3. The Library will be closed for all regular services outside of operating as a polling place.