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Vote by Mail Ballot Applications
Vote by mail ballot applications are not available for the April 7, 2015 Consolidated (Local) Election.  .
  • English -  Mail Ballot Application
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After you have completed this Mail Ballot Application, mail it as soon as possible to:

Cook County Clerk's Office
Mail Voting Unit
69 W. Washington Street - Room 500
Chicago, IL 60602

The mail ballots will begin to be mailed from Cook County beginning September 25, 2014.

Criteria

Voting by mail is an option if:
  • You are unable to early vote
  • Are away on election day

You do not need a reason to vote by mail. Residents can download or pick up a Mail Ballot Application in the Village Clerk’s Office. If you are physically incapacitated you can call our office at 708-403-6150 to have your name and address placed on a confidential database. You will then receive a Mail Ballot Application for every election or you can download the above Mail Ballot Application.

Want to Save a Stamp! - Apply Now Online for Mail Ballot Application

Applying online takes less than a minute.  This process eliminates two or three legs of the snail mail process, so it is the most efficient method for voters and the Cook County Clerk's election division.

To complete an online mail ballot application, you will need:

  • an email address
  • your driver’s license or state identification number
  • the last four digits of your Social Security Number
  • and the address where you would like your ballot mailed

Any registered suburban Cook County voter may request a mail ballot using Cook Counties online Mail Ballot Application. Once Cook County verifies your registration and process your application, they will send a paper ballot to the mailing address you designate in your application.

The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is five days before an election which is Thursday, April 2, 2015.