Voter Registration

 
WHO MAY REGISTER TO VOTE?
2 Forms of I.D. (one showing current address)
Must be 18 years of age by Election day; 17 years of age to vote in a Primary election IF you will be 18 by the General election
Must have lived in your Precinct for at least 30 days prior to the election
Must be a U.S. Citizen

WHAT IS REQUIRED BEFORE YOU CAN REGISTER?
           
Two forms of I.D., at least one with your current address
           If you have become a U.S. Citizen:  date and place of Citizenship ceremony

HOW CAN YOU REGISTER TO VOTE?
           
In person - at the Warren County Clerk's Office, 100 W. Broadway, Monmouth IL 61462
                             M-F 8am - 4:30pm,  except for holidays
          Register Online - through the Illinois State Board of Elections (click on link below)
          Register by Mail - voter registration form on link below.  Must be completed and mailed to address above.
                    An I.D must be attached in order to vote the first time.

****** Registrations are not accepted during the 27 day period prior to an election  up to  2 days after the election******

GRACE PERIOD VOTER REGISTRATION AND VOTING
            
Check the calendar for dates for Grace period voter registration.
            A person can only register to vote during this Grace Period Voter Registration in the County Clerk's Office.
                          Two forms of I.D. are required, one with current address.
            You are required to cast your ballot at the time of registration.   You will not be allowed to vote at the polls when registering during Grace Period.

HOW OFTEN MUST YOU REGISTER TO VOTE?
             
The only time you will be required to re-register or change your registration is:
                       You move to a different address than what is on your voter registration card
                       OR,  you have changed your name
If these changes have occurred and the County Clerk's office was not notified of these changes, you may be required to register or re-register during the Grace Period Voter registration and Voting period in the County Clerk's office. 

A change of address at the DMV does NOT automatically change your voter registration.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR ADDRESS HAS CHANGED?
               If you have moved from one address in Warren County to another address in Warren County, you must notify the Warren County Clerk's Office by:
                       1) 
Stopping in the Warren County Clerk's Office and completing the address change form.
                       2) 
Sending your change of address on a piece of paper, with:
                                Your name,  current address,  date of birth,  last 4 digits of SS# ,  your new address, phone number  and a signature
                       to the Warren County Clerk's Office, 100 W. Broadway, Monmouth IL 61462

Voting With A Criminal Record

 

Registering to Vote in Illinois

Voter Registration Application ENGLISH

Voter Registration Application SPANISH

Deputy Registrars

Illinois State Board of Elections