The April 4 Consolidated Election gives Lake County residents some real voter power as they will be electing their local mayors, presidents, supervisors, clerks, commissioners, alderman, councilmen, and assessors. Also on the ballot will be park, library, and school board district candidates along with eight public questions.
Grace voter registration is available at any early voting site, which are open now through April 3 and at the assigned Election Day voting site and the County Clerk’s Office on April 4. Registered voters are encouraged to log onto LakeVoterPower.info to confirm their registration records reflect their current name and address.
Vote by mail
Registered voters can request a ballot by mail now until March 30. Voting by mail is so easy that even a couch potato can do it!
Early voting will begin March 20 and will run through April 3. Vote at any early voting site regardless of where you live. View the early voting sites, dates and hours.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on April 4. Use the polling place locator to find your assigned voting site.
Preview your ballot
Registered Lake County voters can preview their ballot at LakeVoterPower.info after logging in to confirm their registration status.
Get up-to-date election information by visiting the County Clerk’s website as well as by following the County Clerk’s Office on their Facebook page and on Twitter.