It's easy to find out if you are registered to vote.
Simply go to the Cook County Clerk's WEBSITE to find out.
Go to the "What is my registration status" and fill in the blanks.
Find your local polling place HERE.
Click on the "Where is my polling place" and fill in the blanks.
Voters in suburban Cook County may register to vote in one of the following ways:
On Election Day, voters who are not registered to vote can register and vote at their home precinct only. Any voter who is not registered and needs to know where to go to register and vote on Election Day can utilize the Cook County Clerk’s online Your Voter Information Tool to find their proper polling place by address or birthday.
Voters planning on registering to vote or updating their address on Election Day must bring two pieces of identification to register, one with a current address.
Acceptable Forms of ID
Examples of first-class mail addressed to voter that can be used as ID:
A voter who needs ID, but who cannot present ID, may cast a Provisional Ballot on Election Day. In order for that Provisional Ballot to be counted, the voter must present ID within 7 days of the election to the Cook County Clerk's office, 69 W. Washington St., Suite 500, Chicago IL 60602.