U.S. Politics

Browse By State:
Governor Governor Pat  Quinn
Governor
Governor Pat Quinn
Democrat
Lieutenant Governor
Lieutenant Governor
Sheila Simon
Democrat
Secretary of state
Secretary of State - Elected
Hon. Jesse White
Democrat
Attorney General
Attorney General
Lisa Madigan,
D
Quick facts -- Illinois Voting
  • Same Day Registration :    No
  • Voter Registration deadline :   28 day(s) before election
  • Early Voting :    Yes   --    Voting By Absentee Ballot :   Yes
  • Voter Id Requirement :   No
  • Electoral Votes:   20
  • U.S Congressional District(s):    18 (Change:-1)

Census Data -- IL

Population12,869,257
Population Under 1824.10%
Population over 6412.70%
Population between 18 and 6463.20%
Percentage of White63.30%
Percentage of Black14.80%
Percentage of Hispanic16.20%
Percentage of Asian4.80%
Percentage of Native American0.60%
Percentage of Native Hawaiian0.10%
Pecentage below poverty12.60%
Total Fed. Spending$0
Voter Registration Stats
Total Registered: 7,282,639
Democrats:
Republicans:
Libertarians:
Unaffiliated:
As of: 2014

How can I find my polling location?

If you do not know where your polling place is,you can use www.elections.il.gov to Find Your Polling Place. If you have any issues or questions, please contact your County Clerk

Illinois: Voting at the Polls on Election Day

Poll Hours: 6 a.m. - 7 p.m

    Regular elections are held on the third Tuesday in March (primary) and the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November (general) of even-numbered years. In odd-numbered years, some jurisdictions have a primary on the last Tuesday in February and all jurisdictions have an election on the first Tuesday of April (consolidated).

    Each voter must vote at his/her precinct polling place. Check your polling place location with the election authority for your jurisdiction.

    Bring Appropriate identification with you to the polls

    • If you register by mail, you must vote in person the first time, either at the polling place, in-person absentee or early voting, unless you submit with your mail-in registration form your driver license number or state ID number, the last four digits of your social security number, or one of the forms of ID listed below. Voters voting under the provisions of UOCAVA and the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act do not have to vote in person for the first time after having registered by mail

    Any of the following IDs may be used, even if expired:

    • A current and valid photo identification
    • Utility bill
    • Bank statement
    • Government check
    • Paycheck
    • Lease or contract for residence
    • Student ID and mail addressed to voter's residence
    • Government document

    If a voter's name doesn't appear on the official voter list or if his/her vote is successfully challenged, he may cast a provisional ballot . A voter who casts a provisional ballot may check the status of that ballot to determine whether it was tabulated.

    Click here for additional info


      Election Offices In illinois

      --
      IL:
      Election OfficePhoneAddress
      Adams county 217-277-2150 Fax: 217-277-2155 507 Vermont Street Quincy, IL 62306
      Alexander county 618-734-7000 Fax: 618-734-7002 2000 Washington Avenue Cairo, IL 62914
      Bond county 618-664-0449 Fax: 618-664-9414 203 West College Greenville, IL 62246
      Boone county 815-544-3103 Fax: 815-547-8701 1212 Logan Avenue, Suite 103 Belvidere, IL 61008
      Brown county 217-773-3421 Fax: 217-773-2233 200 Court Street, Room 4 Mount Sterling, IL 62353
      Bureau county 815-875-2014 Fax: 815-879-4803 700 South Main Street, Room 104 Princeton, IL 61356
      Calhoun county 618-576-2351 Fax: 618-576-2895 102 County Road Hardin, IL 62047
      Carroll county 815-244-0221 Fax: 815-244-3709 301 North Main Mount Carroll, IL 61053
      Cass county 217-452-7217 Fax: 217-452-7219 100 East Springfield Street Virginia, IL 62691
      Champaign county 217-384-3724 Fax: 217-384-1241 1776 East Washington Urbana, IL 61802
      Christian county 217-824-4969 Fax: 217-824-5105 101 South MainPost Office Box 647 Taylorville, IL 62568
      City of aurora 630-256-4636 Fax: 630-256-3299 323 West Galena Boulevard Aurora, IL 60506 Phone: 630-897-4030
      City of bloomington 309-888-5136 Fax: 309-888-5776 115 East Washington Street, Room 403 Bloomington, IL 61701
      City of chicago 312-269-7900 Fax: 312-269-0003 69 West Washington, Suite 600/800 Chicago, IL 60602
      City of danville 217-554-1900 Fax: 217-554-1914 6 North VermilionCourthouse Annex-First Floor Danville, IL 61832
      City of east saint louis 618-398-3778 Fax: 618-398-4125 8740 State Street, Suite 200 East Saint Louis, IL 62203
      City of galesburg 309-345-3660 Fax: 309-345-5706 55 West Tompkins Street Galesburg, IL 61402
      City of peoria 309-494-8683 Fax: 309-494-8140 542 South West Adams Peoria, IL 61602
      City of rockford 815-987-5750 Fax: 815-987-5757 301 South 6th Street Rockford, IL 61104
      Clark county 217-826-8311 Fax: 217-826-2519 501 Archer Marshall, IL 62441
      Clay county 618-665-3626 Fax: 618-665-3607 111 Chestnut Louisville, IL 62858
      Clinton county 618-594-2464 Fax: 618-594-0195 850 Fairfax Carlyle, IL 62231
      Coles county 217-348-0523 Fax: 217-348-7337 651 Jackson Avenue, Room 122 Charleston, IL 61920 Phone: 217-348-0501
      Cook county 312-603-0906 Fax: 312-603-9788 69 West Washington, 5th Floor Chicago, IL 60602
      Crawford county 618-544-2590 Fax: 618-546-0140 100 Douglas Robinson, IL 62454 Phone: 618-546-1212
      Cumberland county 217-849-2631 Fax: 217-849-2968 140 Courthouse Square Toledo, IL 62468
      De kalb county 815-895-7149 Fax: 815-895-7148 110 East Sycamore Street Sycamore, IL 60178
      De witt county 217-935-7780 Fax: 217-935-7789 201 West Washington Street Clinton, IL 61727
      Douglas county 217-253-2411 Fax: 217-253-2233 401 South Center Tuscola, IL 61953
      Dupage county 630-407-5600 Fax: 630-407-5630 421 North County Farm Road Wheaton, IL 60187
      Edgar county 217-466-7433 Fax: 217-466-7430 115 West Court Street, Room J Paris, IL 61944
      Edwards county 618-445-2115 Fax: 618-445-4941 50 East Main Albion, IL 62806
      Effingham county 217-342-6535 Fax: 217-342-3577 101 North 4th, Suite 201 Effingham, IL 62401
      Fayette county 618-283-5000 Fax: 618-283-5004 221 South 7th Street Vandalia, IL 62471
      Woodford county 309-467-2822 Fax: 309-467-7391 115 North Main, Room 202 Eureka, IL 61530
      Franklin county 618-438-3221 Fax: 618-435-3405 202 West Main Benton, IL 62812
      Fulton county 309-547-3041 Fax: 309-547-3326 100 North Main Lewistown, IL 61542
      Gallatin county 618-269-3025 Fax: 618-269-3343 484 North Lincoln Boulevard West Shawneetown, IL 62984
      Greene county 217-942-5443 Fax: 217-942-9323 519 North Main Street Carrollton, IL 62016
      Grundy county 815-941-3222 Fax: 815-942-2222 111 East Washington Street Morris, IL 60450
      Hamilton county 618-643-2721 Fax: 618-643-2756 100 South Jackson Street McLeansboro, IL 62859
      Hancock county 888-307-2442 500 Main Street, Room 7 Carthage, IL 62321 Phone: 217-357-3911
      Hardin county 618-287-2251 Fax: 618-287-2661 Main & Market Streets Elizabethtown, IL 62931
      Henderson county 309-867-2911 Fax: 309-867-2033 4th & Warren Oquawka, IL 61469
      Mchenry county 815-334-4242 Fax: 815-334-8727 2200 North Seminary Avenue Woodstock, IL 60098
      Iroquois county 815-432-6960 Fax: 815-432-3894 1001 East Grant Street Watseka, IL 60970
      Jackson county 618-687-7366 Fax: 618-687-7359 1001 Walnut Street Murphysboro, IL 62966-2194 Phone: 618-687-7360
      Jasper county 618-783-3124 Fax: 618-783-4137 204 West Washington Street, Suite 2 Newton, IL 62448
      Jefferson county 618-244-8020 Fax: 618-244-8023 100 South 10th Street, Room 105 Mount Vernon, IL 62864
      Jersey county 618-498-5571 Fax: 618-498-7721 200 North LaFayette Street Jerseyville, IL 62052
      Johnson county 618-658-3611 Fax: 618-658-9665 117 North Fifth Street Vienna, IL 62995
      Jodaviess county 815-777-0161 Fax: 815-777-3688 330 North Bench Street Galena, IL 61036
      Kane county 630-232-5990 Fax: 630-232-5870 719 South Batavia Avenue, Building B Geneva, IL 60134
      Kankakee county 815-937-2990 Fax: 815-939-8831 189 East Court Street Kankakee, IL 60901
      Kendall county 630-553-4104 Fax: 630-553-4119 111 West Fox Street Yorkville, IL 60560
      Knox county 309-345-3815 Fax: 309-345-3801 200 South Cherry Galesburg, IL 61401
      Lake county 847-377-2400 Fax: 847-360-3608 18 North County Street, Room 101 Waukegan, IL 60085
      Lawrence county 618-943-2346 Fax: 618-943-3786 1100 State Street Lawrenceville, IL 62439
      Lee county 815-288-3309 Fax: 815-288-6492 112 East 2nd Dixon, IL 61021
      Livingston county 815-844-2006 Fax: 815-842-1844 112 West Madison Street Pontiac, IL 61764
      Logan county 217-732-4148 Fax: 217-732-6064 601 Broadway, Room 20 Lincoln, IL 62656
      Lasalle county 815-434-8202 Fax: 815-434-8319 707 East Etna Road Ottawa, IL 61350
      Macon county 217-424-1305 Fax: 217-423-0922 141 South Main Street, Room 104 Decatur, IL 62523
      Macoupin county 217-854-3214 Fax: 217-854-7347 201 East Main Carlinville, IL 62626
      Madison county 618-692-6290 Fax: 618-692-8903 157 North Main Street, Room 109 Edwardsville, IL 62025
      Marion county 618-548-3400 Fax: 618-548-2226 100 East Main Street Salem, IL 62881
      Marshall county 309-246-6325 Fax: 309-246-3667 122 North Prairie Lacon, IL 61540-0328
      Mason county 309-543-6661 Fax: 309-543-2085 100 North Broadway Havana, IL 62644
      Massac county 618-524-5213 Fax: 618-524-8514 1 Superman Square Metropolis, IL 62960
      Mcdonough county 309-833-2474 Fax: 309-836-3368 1 Courthouse Square Macomb, IL 61455
      Menard county 217-632-3201 Fax: 217-632-4301 102 South 7th Petersburg, IL 62675
      Mercer county 309-582-7021 Fax: 309-582-7022 100 Southeast 3rd Street Aledo, IL 61231
      Monroe county 618-939-8681 Fax: 618-939-8639 100 South Main Street Waterloo, IL 62298
      Montgomery county 217-532-9530 Fax: 217-532-9581 1 Courthouse Square Hillsboro, IL 62049-0595
      Morgan county 217-243-8581 Fax: 217-243-8368 300 West State Street Jacksonville, IL 62651
      Moultrie county 217-728-4389 Fax: 217-728-8178 10 South Main, Suite 6 Sullivan, IL 61951
      Mchenry county 815-334-4242 Fax: 815-334-8727 2200 North Seminary Avenue Woodstock, IL 60098
      Mclean county 309-888-5190 Fax: 309-888-5932 115 East Washington Street, Room 102 Bloomington, IL 61701
      Ogle county 815-732-1110 Fax: 815-732-3477 105 South 5th Street, Suite 104 Oregon, IL 61061
      Peoria county 309-672-6070 Fax: 309-672-6063 324 Main Street, Room 101 Peoria, IL 61602
      Perry county 618-357-5116 Fax: 618-357-3194 3764 State Route 13/127 Pinckneyville, IL 62274
      Piatt county 217-762-9487 Fax: 217-762-7563 101 West Washington Street Monticello, IL 61856
      Pike county 217-285-6812 Fax: 217-285-5820 121 East Washington Pittsfield, IL 62363
      Pope county 618-683-4466 Fax: 618-683-4466 310 East Main Street Golconda, IL 62938
      Pulaski county 618-748-9360 Fax: 618-748-9305 500 Illinois Avenue Mound City, IL 62963
      Putnam county 815-925-7129 Fax: 815-925-7549 120 North 4th Street Hennepin, IL 61327
      Randolph county 618-826-5000 Fax: 618-826-3750 1 Taylor Street, Room 202 Chester, IL 62233
      Richland county 618-392-3111 Fax: 618-393-4005 103 West Main Street Olney, IL 62450
      Rock island county 309-558-3571 Fax: 309-786-7381 1504 Third Avenue Rock Island, IL 61204
      Saline county 618-253-8197 Fax: 618-252-3073 10 East Poplar Harrisburg, IL 62946
      Sangamon county 217-753-6700 Fax: 217-753-6739 County Complex200 South 9th Street Springfield, IL 62701
      Schuyler county 217-322-4734 Fax: 217-322-6164 102 South Congress Rushville, IL 62681
      Scott county 217-742-3178 Fax: 217-742-5853 35 East Market Street Winchester, IL 62694
      Shelby county 217-774-4421 Fax: 217-774-5291 301 East Main Shelbyville, IL 62565
      St. clair county 618-825-2380 Fax: 618-277-8783 10 Public Square Belleville, IL 62220
      Stark county 309-286-5911 Fax: 309-286-4039 130 West Main Street Toulon, IL 61483
      Stephenson county 815-235-8289 Fax: 815-235-8378 50 West Douglas, Suite 500 Freeport, IL 61032
      Tazewell county 309-477-2264 Fax: 309-477-2244 11 South 4th Street Pekin, IL 61554
      Union county 618-833-5711 Fax: 618-833-8712 309 West Market Jonesboro, IL 62952
      Vermilion county 217-554-1900 Fax: 217-554-1914 6 North Vermilion Danville, IL 61832 Phone: 217-554-1915
      Wabash county 618-262-4561 Fax: 618-263-3751 401 Market Street Mount Carmel, IL 62863
      Warren county 309-734-8592 Fax: 309-734-7406 100 West Broadway Monmouth, IL 61462 Phone: 309-734-4612
      Washington county 618-327-4800 Fax: 618-327-3582 101 East Saint Louis Street Nashville, IL 62263
      Wayne county 618-842-5182 Fax: 618-842-6427 301 East Main Fairfield, IL 62837
      White county 618-382-7211 ext. 1 Fax: 618-382-2322 301 East Main Carmi, IL 62821
      Whiteside county 815-772-5189 Fax: 815-772-7673 200 East Knox Street Morrison, IL 61270
      Will county 815-740-4615 Fax: 815-740-4699 302 North Chicago Street Joilet, IL 60432
      Williamson county 618-998-2110 Fax: 618-993-2071 407 North Monroe Street, Suite 119 Marion, IL 62959 Phone: 618-997-1301
      Winnebago county 815-319-4250 Fax: 815-319-4251 404 Elm Street Rockford, IL 61101
      Woodford county 309-467-2822 Fax: 309-467-7391 115 North Main, Room 202 Eureka, IL 61530

      Voting By Absentee Ballot In Illinois

      MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS

      • Illinois citizens, who live overseas or are serving in the U.S. armed forces and will not be in their home county on Election Day, may register and vote by using one of the methods outlined below. Please be advised that for military personnel, Illinois law allows you to register to vote and to apply for an absentee ballot at the same time.
      • Illinois Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE)
      • Federal Voting Assistance Program

      WHEN CAN APPLICATION BE MADE TO VOTE ABSENTEE?

      • In Person: Not more than 90 days or less than 1 day prior to the election.
      • By Mail inside the US: Not more than 90 days or less than 5 days prior to the election.
      • By Mail outside the US:Not less than 30 days prior to the election to receive full ballot or; less than 30 days prior to the election, but more than 10 days prior to the election to receive a Federal Ballot only.

      Illinois has two forms of absentee voting:

      • Absentee in person, which is better known as early voting, and
      • Absentee by mail, which is commonly called by-mail voting.

      Who may apply to vote absentee?

      • Any qualified elector of the State of Illinois properly registered where registration is required.
      • Registered or non-registered members of the United States Armed Forces while on active duty, members of the Merchant Marines, and U.S. Government employees serving outside the U.S., as well as their spouses and dependents who expect to be absent from their county of residence on election day;
      • Registered and non-registered citizens of the United States, temporarily out of the country, and their spouses and dependents of voting age when residing with or accompanying them, who maintain a precinct residence in a county in this State;
      • Recent law changes allow children of military members who have never resided in Illinois and have reached the age of 18, to be eligible to vote by absentee ballot in Illinois.

      WHAT IS EARLY VOTING?

      • Registered voters may cast a ballot prior to Election Day without having to provide a reason for wanting to vote early. This ballot is cast by personal appearance at the office of the election authority or at a location established by the election authority. An election authority is either a county clerk or a Board of Election Commissioners.

      WHEN DOES EARLY VOTING OCCUR?

      • The period for early voting begins the 22nd day preceding a general primary, consolidated primary, consolidated, or general election and extends through the 5th day before Election Day.

      WHERE CAN PEOPLE VOTE?

      • An election authority may establish permanent polling places for early voting at locations throughout the election authority's jurisdiction, including but not limited to a municipal clerk's office, a township clerk's office, a road district clerk's office, or a county or local public agency office.

      College Student Voting In Illinois

      Students can establish residency in Illinois if they have a present intention to remain at their Illinois school address for the time being, and they intend to make it their principal home. In practice, the state elections division lets students choose whether they want to register at their previous address or at their school address. However, Illinois courts have indicated that they will presume that students have a permanent abode at their parents'address.

      Students who live in Illinois but move to another state for school, and who wish to establish or keep their Illinois voting residency.hould have no problem doing so unless they register to vote in another state. Like most states, Illinois allows students to keep their voting residency even if they move out of the county or state to attend school.

      Mover's Guide: Illinois

      Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.

      If you moved to Illinois from another state, you must register to vote in Illinois to be able to vote.Unless you register in person at the office of the election authority, the last day to register is twenty-eight days before the election.You can also register in person at the office of the election authority during “grace period” registration, which ends on the seventh day before the election.

      If you moved in-precinct during the 27-day period before the election within the precinct, you can vote a regular ballot. When you vote, you will be required to fill out an application and maybe other forms.

      If you moved more than 30 days before an election, you can vote for federal offices only at your old polling place. When you vote, you will be required to fill out an address correction form. If you moved within 30 days before an election, you can vote a regular ballot (federal, state, and local offices) at the polling place associated with your old address. When you vote, you will be required to sign an affidavit.

      If you moved to a new address in a different county or congressional district (or different city, if the city board of election commissioners maintains the permanent registration records) more than 30 days before the election, you should complete a new registration form to update your registration records.

      Illinois Political Parties

      • America First Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 3381-9093 St. Charles, IL 60174 Phone: 866-767-8721
        E-mail: engineertheworld@hotmail.com
        Website: http://www.americafirstparty.org/contacts/il.shtml
      • American Reform Party of Illinois
      • 1062 North Old Mill Road Palatine, IL 60067 Phone: 847-359-2999 Fax: 847-359-2996
        E-mail: torgersen@telusys.net
        Website: http://www.americanreform.org/ARP-State-Affiliates/illinois.html
      • Communist Party of Illinois
      • 3339 South Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60608 Phone: 773-446-9930 Fax: 773-446-9928
        E-mail: cpillinois@cpusa.org
        Website: http://www.blogger.com/profile/02210722070777598653
      • Constitution Party of Illinois
      • 4780 Calvert Drive, Apartment D2 Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Phone: 630-333-7869 Phone: 708-878-8812
        E-mail: dunlap60120@yahoo.com
        Website: http://www.constitutionpartyillinois.com/
      • Democratic Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 518 Springfield, IL 62705 Phone: 217-546-7404 Phone: 847-922-5361 Fax: 217-546-8847
        E-mail: contact@ildems.com
        Website: http://www.ildems.com
      • Green Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 30104 Chicago, IL 60630 Phone: 312-252-3066
        E-mail: info@ilgp.org
        Website: http://www.ilgreenparty.org/
      • Illinois Labor Party
      • Post Office Box 53177 Washington, DC 20009 Phone: 202-234-5190 Fax: 202-234-5266
        E-mail: lp@thelaborparty.org
        Website: http://www.thelaborparty.org/
      • Illinois Marijuana Party
      • 1022 Collins Court Bartonville, IL 61607-1714 Phone: 309-633-1023
        E-mail: illinois@usmjparty.com
        Website: http://il.usmjparty.org/
      • Illinois New Party
      • 88 Third Avenue, Suite 313 Brooklyn, NY 11217 Phone: 800-200-1294
        E-mail: inforequest@newparty.org
        Website: http://www.newparty.org/
      • Illinois Patriot Party
      • 39 Heatherwood Court Indian Head Park, IL 60525 Phone: 708-246-1600
        E-mail: eric9dodge@yahoo.com
        Website: http://www.pacificwestcom.com/stateparties/ILLINOIS/illinois.html
      • Illinois Reform Party
      • 1255 North Sandburg Terrace Chicago, IL 60610 Phone: 312-266-7431 Fax: 312-266-7644
        E-mail: ReformPartyofIllinois@rpil-ilrp.com
        Website: http://www.rpil-ilrp.com/
      • Independent American Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 361 Ottawa, KS 66067 Phone: 913-486-0078
        E-mail: libertyquest2@netzero.com
        Website: http://niap.us/
      • Libertarian Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 454 Lemont, IL 60439 Phone: 312-841-7760 Phone: 312-841-7761
        E-mail: Web@LPIllinois.org
        Website: http://www.il.lp.org/index.php
      • Republican Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 64897 Chicago, IL 60664 Phone: 312-201-9000 Fax: 312-201-0181
        E-mail: info@ilgop.org
        Website: http://www.ilgop.org/
      • Socialist Labor Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 218 Mountain View, CA 94042-0218
        E-mail: socialists@slp.org
        Website: http://www.slp.org/
      • Socialist Party of Illinois
      • Post Office Box 57-8398 Chicago, IL 60657-8398
        E-mail: chgosp@juno.com
        Website: http://www.chicagosocialistparty.com/
      • Workers Party
      • Post Office Box 25716 Chicago, IL 60625 Phone: 773-642-6298
        E-mail: wp@workersparty.org
        Website: http://www.workersparty.org/
      • Workers World Party
      • 27 North Wacker Drive #138 Chicago, IL 60606 Phone: 773-381-5839 Fax: 773-761-9330
        E-mail: chicago@workers.org
        Website: http://workers.org/
      State Congress

      Recent Illinois Key Votes :


      Bill Passed in State Congress

      • Senate
      • Concurrence Vote -- Prohibits Smoking on State-Funded University and Community College Campuses (SB 2202)
      • Passage With Amendment -- Authorizes Election Day Voter Registration (HB 105)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Requires Salary Payments to State Legislators (SB 274)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Authorizes Psychologists to Prescribe Drugs (SB 2187)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 K-12 Education Budget (HB 6093)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Department Budgets (HB 6095)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Department Budgets (HB 6096)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Department Budgets (HB 6097)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Higher Education Budget (HB 6094)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Expands Medicaid Services (SB 741)
      • Passage -- Amends Formula for School Funding (SB 16)
      • Passage With Amendment -- Amends Cook County Pension Laws (HB 1154)
      • House
      • Concurrence Vote -- Authorizes Election Day Voter Registration (HB 105)
      • Passage With Amendment -- Requires Salary Payments to State Legislators (SB 274)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Amends Bullying Prevention Measures in the School Code (HB 5707)
      • Passage With Amendment -- Authorizes Psychologists to Prescribe Drugs (SB 2187)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Requires Law Enforcement Officers to Record Ethnicity During Traffic Stops (HB 4442)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Prohibits Requiring Disclosure of Criminal Record Prior to Job Interview (HB 5701)
      • Passage With Amendment -- Expands Medicaid Services (SB 741)
      • Concurrence Vote -- Requires Accommodations for Pregnant Workers (HB 8)
      • Passage -- Amends Lincoln Presidential Library Operations (HB 3836)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 K-12 Education Budget (HB 6093)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Department Budgets (HB 6095)
      • Passage -- 2014-2015 Department Budgets (HB 6096)

      Bill Failed in State Congress

      • Senate
      • House
      --
      Illinois Congressional Districts
      Browse 2011 Census Data By County:
      IL Census

      One of MyTime2Vote's top priorities is providing our citizens access to all of the latest States and Federal election information.

      We're currently updating to the following pages

      • States Elected Officials listing
      • States District maps and census
      • Elections Calendar
      • States Summary

      We are working days and nights to give you up-to-date information, but we urge you to be proactive! For website bug report, data issues ,data/rss feeds submission,feedback, or general questions about Mytimetovote.com,please send an email to info@mytime2vote.com

      Illinois State Legislature
      Free Account Sign Up ( New Users)
      Your name
      Your email
      Your password
      Your gender
      Your Employment Status
      Your Country
      Your State (United States only)
      The password should be 8 or longer alphanumeric characters

      Sign Up: Get Informed, Get Involved
      1. You can create an account to:
      2. + Be up-to-date with important federal,state, or local elections
      3. + Receive electronic alerts on important dates and election deadlines.
      4. And more -- << Click Here To Sign Up >>
      Illinois QuickFacts

      History

      • Date of Statehood: December 3, 1818
      • Population 1820: 55,211
      • Population 1850: 851,470
      • Population 1900: 4,821,550
      • Population 1950: 8,712,176
      Geography
      Capital Springfield
      Largest City Chicago
      Second Largest City Aurora
      Persons per square mile 223

      I never knew that! *

      • Nickname: Prairie State
      • Slogan: Land of Lincoln
      • Flower: Purple Violet
      • Tree: White Oak
      • Bird: Cardinal
      • Mammal: White-tailed deer
      • Snack: Popcorn
      • Fossil: Tully-Monster

      While we are working to give you up-to-date information, we urge you to be proactive! In order to ensure you have all the information you need before casting your vote, you should also check with your state and local election officials for information about additional requirements or regulations.

      Please contact your local election office for more detailed information about the laws concerning election dates,poll hours,poll locations, voter id requirements,absentee voting, voter registration, name or address changes that would apply in your case. Click here for local election office contacts