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Vote By Mail Is One of The Ways To Vote; Check Out How Kane County Is Doing It
The November 3rd General Election is 2 months away, but the Kane County Clerk office has been preparing for months to protect the health and safety of voters and election workers, including having hand sanitizing stations at all polling locations for voters, and having wipes, face coverings, gloves and other PPE for election judges.
John A. Cunningham, Kane County Clerk, is strongly encouraging all voters to apply for a Vote by Mail ballot for the November 3 election. With a Vote by Mail ballot, you can safely from the convenience of home and avoid lines or crowds at the polling place on Election Day.
If you apply for a Vote by Mail ballot, you will receive a ballot at the address at which you are registered to vote (unless you provide a different mailing address) between 3--40 days before the election (or later if you apply closed to Election Day). Per state law, ballots cannot be mailed until September 24. After completing the application, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail indicating that your application was accepted.
If you have any questions about how to vote by mail, check on the status of your Vote by Mail application/ballot, or request a paper application, you can also call the Kane County Clerk's office at (630) 232-5990.