Will County Clerk Lauren Staley Ferry reminds voters that Early Voting for the April 4 Consolidated Election will expand to 25 locations across Will County beginning on Monday, March 20.
Early Voting at the Will County Clerk’s Office, 302 N. Chicago St. in downtown Joliet, began on Feb. 23 and will continue through Monday, April 3.
The hours for Early Voting vary depending upon the location. Early Voting hours will expand to include weekend and evening hours at many of these locations starting on March 27.
Citizens who must register to vote or change their address may participate in Grace Period Registration and Voting at an Early Voting location if they bring two forms of identification, one of which must show the voter’s address. Voters must register and cast their ballot during that visit.
A complete list of Early Voting locations and hours as well as Grace Period registration requirements can be found online by visiting willcountyclerk.gov and clicking on Early Voting.
Over the past four years, County Clerk Staley Ferry expanded the number of Early Voting locations.
“Voters have many options to cast their ballots,” she said. “Early Voting has become extremely popular because it makes voting more convenient for citizens who cannot cast their ballots on Election Day.”