Voters Aged 18-35
Important Information for You
You can vote in the next election as long as you are 18 by election day. Want to organize a voter registration day at your high school or college? Contact us at email@example.com
Register online. Go to www.vote411.org to register online. You can download the form but the completed, signed document must be mailed into your local election authority. When you register by mail your form must be postmarked prior to the close of registration.
Be an election judge! High School Juniors and Seniors can serve as election judges as long as they meet the following requirements: U.S. citizen; minimum 3.0 GPA; permission of principal and parent. College Students who are not entitled to vote in the precinct or county where they go to school, can still be an election judge in that county. Contact the County Clerk's office. Find your local contact information at www.elections.il.gov
How do you vote? Why vote? www.elections.il.gov
Check out your local county's website for information on where to register, where to vote, and who are the candidates. www.elections.il.gov will give you local county sites.
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Jan Dorner, former LWVIL Vice President for Voter Service, registered Early School Leaver Program students as part of their preparation to take the Illinois GED Constitution Test.
The Early School Leaver Program (ESLP) is a unique program offering free GED preparation, workplace skill-building, and specific career training for DuPage residents aged 17-21. The Early School Leaver program is funded by the Workforce Development Division of DuPage County.