Voter Registration

One of the greatest privileges and most profound responsibilities we have as Americans is voting. The Clerk’s Office strives to register every eligible resident in the Township so they may participate in the democratic process. We have deputy registrars on duty five days a week, who will register any United States citizen and any seventeen-year-olds who will be eighteen by the next general election.

Applicants must provide two forms of identification, one of which must prove their current address. Naturalized citizens must prove the date of their naturalization.

Voter registration closes thirty days prior to any election and reopens two days after an election day. In addition to voter registration, all voters can pick up a Mail Ballot Application in the event they are not able to vote on election day. If you need information regarding polling place locations, election times and dates, or elected officials names, addresses and phone numbers we will gladly provide it to you. Please call Clerk’s office at 847-297-2510.

Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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