Voter information Illinois
Grace period registration/Address Change will begin March 11, 2015. A voter who registers or changes address during this grace period must vote at the time of registration. Grace period registration can be done at the following locations and times:
Grace registration 27 days before an election:
Lake County Clerk’s Office, 18 N County St, Rm 101, Waukegan, IL
Hours: M - F 8:30 to 5pm.
Grace registration locations 15 days prior to an election:
Lake County Clerk’s Office 18 N County St, Rm 101, Waukegan, IL
Lake County Central Permitting Facility 500 W. Winchester Road, Libertyville
Gurnee Village Hall 325 O’Plaine Rd, Gurnee
North Chicago City Hall 1850 Lewis Ave., North Chicago
County Clerk Annex 415 Washington St., Waukegan
Grace registration hours 15 days prior to an election:
First Week: M - F 9 - 5 pm; Saturday 9 am - Noon; Sun Noon - 3 pm
Second Week: M - F 9 – 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday 10 – 4 pm
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How many Registered voters in Illinois?
about 123,097,349,234 for democratic and 123,097,349,237 for republican
I question this ad the US Census Bureau says that there are only 12,831,970 people in the state.