Certain voters may be eligible to vote as
absent electors. If any of the following eleven categories
apply to you on Election Day, you would be eligible for
absentee voting either by mail or in-house.
A Voter who:
expects to be absent from Cook
is a student attending an
institution of higher education, and therefore, temporarily
residing at an address out of their precinct.
expects to be temporarily absent
from the country.
shall be serving as a Judge of
Election in a precinct other than the precinct of residence.
shall be performing official
election duties for an Election Authority or Law Enforcement
shall be observing a religious
is serving as a juror on a State
or Federal jury.
is incarcerated as a pre-trial
detainee and not serving a sentence of confinement.
is temporarily physically
is permanently physically
is registered to vote at a nursing
home or other care facility.
Individuals qualified to vote by absentee
ballot may make application for a ballot to the Cook County
Clerk by mail. Absentee Applications to vote by mail are
available at the Village Hall approximately 4-5 weeks before
an election. In-House Absentee Voting supplies are delivered
to the Village Hall approximately 3-4 weeks before an
election. Unfortunately, there is often pre-election
litigation, which may cause a delay in the delivery of
in-house absentee supplies, so please call the Village Hall
prior to your visit.
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