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March 19, 2024 Election Information

Election Day Voting: Tuesday, March 19, 2024

All polling places are open from 6 AM until 7 PM on Tuesday, March 19, and are handicap accessible. If voting on Election Day, voters must vote at their designated neighborhood voting site.

If returning a ballot-by-mail:
- mail your voted ballot with a postmark of no later than Election Day
- drop off your voted ballot by 7 PM on Election Day at one of the secure drop boxes located throughout Lake County. View a list of drop box locations.

For additional information, please visit the Lake County website or call the Lake County Clerk's Office at 847.377.2410. 

Voter Registration:

Voter Registration Locations
City Hall, 1707 St. Johns Ave.
Weekdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Moraine Township Office, 800 Central Avenue
Weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

West Deerfield Township, 601 Deerfield Road
Weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Voter Eligibility 
You may register to vote if: 

  • You are a United States citizen
  • You are at least 18 years old on election day
  • You have resided in your voting precinct for at least 30 days
  • You cannot be convicted and in jail
  • You cannot claim the right to vote anywhere else

Note: You must register again if your name or permanent address has changed. Voter registration requires two forms of identification, including one with a current address (new residents may use a utility bill, checkbook, etc.). 

Online Voter Registration
Residents may register to vote online through the State Board of Elections website until 16 days prior to any election in Illinois.

Current Registration Cards
Residents who move within a county and hold a current registration card can follow the instructions on the back of the card to complete the transaction by mail. If a card is not current or a person has changed their name by marriage, the change can be handled at the Clerk's Office. 

New registrations and changes of address cannot be accepted by the City in the 27-day period before an election or during the two days immediately following an election. In order to register to vote within the 27-day period, you may participate in Grace Period registration where you will register to vote and cast your ballot at the same time.

For more information on Grace Period voter registration, visit the Lake County Clerk's Office website. Precinct committeepersons are eligible to register residents in their homes. The League of Women Voters (847.433.8855) sponsors special registration days. By registering, residents are eligible to vote in local, national, state, county, township and park and school district elections. 

Political Sign Information
A Political Election Sign is a sign that announces or supports political candidates or issues in connection with any national, state, or local election. Learn about political sign restrictions here.

Election Cycle
Even-numbered year elections:

  • General Primary
    • Third Tuesday in March. 
    • Nomination of Federal, State, and County candidates by an established political party
  • General Election
    • First Tuesday after the first Monday in November
    • Election of Federal, State and County officials
Odd-numbered year elections:

  • Consolidated Primary
    • Last Tuesday in February
    • Nomination of Township and Municipal candidates
  • Consolidated Election
    • First Tuesday in April
    • Election of Township, Municipal, Park District, Library District, School District, and Fire District officials