Residents can then vote immediately by absentee ballot or mail it in.
Voter Registration Info & Deadlines:
Oct. 7, marks the Illinois regular voter registration deadline for citizens who want to vote in the Nov. 4 Presidential Election.
McHenry County - open Tuesday until 4:30 p.m. But libraries register residents and they are open later in the day.
Kane County Election Commission - Open until 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, but libraries in the county also allow registration and are open later in the day.
Lake County Election Commission offices will be open Tuesday until 5 p.m. only. 847-377-2000.
DuPage County election commission says registration offices will be open Tuesday till 9 p.m. Tuesday. 630-407-5600.
Cook County Board of Elections: Hours extended for last-minute voter drive.
To accommodate the last-minute rush, the Clerk's downtown office (69 W. Washington, Fifth Floor, Chicago) and the five suburban Cook County courthouse mini-centers will stay open until 8 p.m.
Since Oct. 1, the Clerk's office has received more than 30,000 registrations from suburban voters, of which 13,000 were for first-time voters. Orr reminds voters who have recently moved that they must re-register at their current address prior to the deadline. Voters who have changed their name also must re-register.
Registration applications for suburban Cook County residents can be printed at www.voterinfonet.com
Chicago residents should visit www.chicagoelections.com for information.
North suburbs: 5600 W. Old Orchard Road, Room 149, Skokie
Northwest suburbs: 2121 Euclid Ave., Room 238, Rolling Meadows
West suburbs: 1311 Maybrook Square, Room 109, Maywood
South suburbs: 16501 S. Kedzie Ave., Room 238, Markham
Southwest suburbs: 10220 S. 76th Ave., Room 238, Bridgeview
Prospective voters should bring two pieces of identification to register, including one displaying a current address (a bill mailed to the prospective voter may serve as one form of ID).
For more information, visit www.voterinfonet.com or call 312-603-0906.