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Last Day to Register to Vote at Gail Borden Public Library:Tuesday, March 7, 2017


Residents of the State of Illinois may register to vote at the first floor Registration Desk when the library is open. 


Please have two forms of identification with you, one with your current address.  Naturalized citizens should know the date and place of their naturalization. 


Grace Period Registration begins on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, and is available only at your County Clerk’s Office.  If you register to vote during the grace period, you must be prepared to vote at the same time. 


During the Early Voting Period, Kane County residents may also register to vote at the Early Voting station on the 2nd floor of the Main Library.  You will need to vote at the same time. 


On Election Day, April 4, 2017, voters may register to vote at their assigned polling places.

Kane County Early Voting and Grace Period Registration

Monday, March 20-Friday, March 24       9 am – 5 pm

Saturday, March 25                               9 am – 3 pm

Sunday, March 26                                 Noon – 5 pm

Monday, March 27-Friday, March 31       9 am – 7 pm

Saturday, April 1                                    9 am – 6 pm

Sunday, April 2                                      Noon – 5 pm

Monday, April 3                                      9 am – 4:30 pm


If you have any questions please contact the Registration Desk at 847-429-4597.

Local Voting Information

Kane County Elections
     Are You Registered in Kane County?
     Absentee Voting

Cook County Elections
      Are You Registered in Cook County?
      Absentee Voting

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