The Will County Clerk’s Office provides a variety of services to our voters. This page contains important information on how Will County residents can register to vote, cast ballots, locate Polling Places, and much more.

United States citizens who are 18 years old, or citizens who are 17 years old and will turn 18 on or before the date of the next General or Consolidated Election, are qualified to register to vote. Voters must be residents of their precincts 30 days prior to Election Day.

How Can I Register To Vote?


Grace Period Registration And Same Day Registration
Residents also can register to vote at an Early Voting location (Grace Period Registration and Voting) or at their Polling Place on Election Day (Same Day Registration and Voting). Those who participate in Grace Period Registration or Same Day Registration and Voting must cast their ballots at the same time they register.

Required Identification
Two forms of identification are required, one of which must show the voter’s current address. Acceptable forms of Identification include:

Driver’s License
State ID Card
Utility Bill
Library Card
Credit Card
Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Employee ID Card
Student ID Card
Insurance Card

Am I registered to vote?
Click on the link below to find out if you are registered to vote.

Will County voters have three different ways to cast their ballots. Click on the links below for more information.

Click the button below to receive personalized information to assist you in voting. Information includes:

  • My Polling Place
  • My Sample Ballot
  • My Elected Officials
  • Online Vote By Mail Ballot Request

The following links contain information about candidates, referendum, voting locations, filings, and notifications specific to the upcoming election.