REGISTER TO VOTE

Who can register to vote?

YOU MAY REGISTER TO VOTE IF:
1. You are a U.S. Citizen
2. You are at least 18 years of age

4 Ways to Register

THROUGH OUR TEAM OF REGISTRARS.
Come see us at our next event, or contact us, and we'll come to you.
ONLINE.
Illinois residents may register online. Online registration is easy. Those outside of Illinois, click here. Please note, online registration is not available in all states. Contact us with any questions. Once you register, be sure to complete this form.
IN PERSON.
You can register to vote at the office of the election authority. Click here to locate the election authority near you. You can also register to vote at your local DMV. This information varies by state. If you're outside Illinois and prefer to register in person, contact us. Once you're registered, take a few minutes to complete this form.
BY MAIL.
You must complete this form and submit it via mail. Please follow the listed instructions, and let us know if you need help. If you're outside of Illinois, please contact us. After you mail in your registration, complete this form.

Already registered?

If you're already a registered voter anywhere in the United States, please complete this form to be added to our database. You will also be entered in our weekly drawing to win a brand new iPad Air 2, and other prizes contests, including Vote Assyrian t-shirts, gift cards, and more. Contest ends April 1, 2016.

You must re-register to vote if:

1. You move to a different address
2. You change your name
3. You want to change your political party choice
If you have any questions about your voter status, please contact us. We can help!

2 Common Myths

"If you register to vote, you will be called for jury duty."
Wrong. Anyone with a State ID or Driver's License is already eligible for jury duty. Registering to vote does not affect that.
"I'm not 18 yet, I can't register."
Actually--you can if you'll be 18 years old on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. You can register now and vote on Election Day.