New Voter Cards
7/12/2018, 6 a.m.
All active registered Will County voters will be receiving a new Voter Registration Card in the mail by the end of July. By law, the Will County Clerk's Office is required to issue a new Voter Registration Card to each registered voter every two years. This card lists the voter's township and precinct, polling place, and the units of government for which they are entitled to vote. Other features of the card include a change of address form (if moved within Will County), information to request a Vote by Mail ballot, and an application to serve as an Election Judge. If a card is received for a previous resident of the address, write Return to Sender on the voter card and deposit it in a mailbox. The next election in Will County will be the Gubernatorial General Election on November 6, 2018. Voters are not required by Illinois law to present their Voter Registration Card in order to vote on Election Day. For more information visit the Elections Section on the Will County Clerk's website,