Kane County residents can now request a mail-in ballot for the Apr. 2 general election from the Kane County Clerk's Office. Ballots will be mailed on Feb. 21, according to a news release from the county clerk's office.
“The clerk’s office continues to promote opportunities to make voting as convenient and easy as possible for Kane County residents. One of the most convenient voting methods is voting by mail. Voting by mail is fast and easy. With a simple request to the clerk’s office, you can apply to receive the ballot mailed to your home and avoid having to wait in line to vote on Election Day,” said Kane County Clerk John A. Cunningham in the release.
Individuals who wish to vote by mail can request an application online at kanecountyclerk.org/Elections/Pages/Vote-by-Mail.aspx, by phone at 630-232-5990 or in person at the clerk's office at 719 S. Batavia Ave., Bldg. B, Geneva.
Offices April ballot include: municipal officers, library district officers, school district officers, community college district officers, fire protection district officers, regional school officers and special district officers.
A list of all offices up for election is available at www.kanecountyclerk.org/Elections/Pages/Candidates-List.aspx. A list of all candidates running for those offices will be available after local election officials certify candidates to the clerk’s office later this month.
Vote by mail ballot requests must be received in the Clerk’s Office no later than Mar. 28 in order for ballots to be mailed to a voter. Completed ballots must be postmarked on or before Apr. 2.