Early Voting Information
Often the April election coincides with people’s plans for Spring vacation, or other time away. If this is your situation, you can still vote – either with Early Voting or by requesting a mail-in ballot.
Early Voting – Anyone planning to vote in person (rather than with a mail-in ballot) has the option of early voting. Early voting at the Highland Park Police Station begins Monday, March 20th and ends Saturday, April 1st
Voting By Mail – You can request the ballot now and it will be mailed to you after February 24- 40 days before the election. If you request a mail-in ballot you may not be allowed to vote in person.
Request for Vote By Mail
There are two ways to request a vote by mail ballot. You may use a form you download from this site, or you may use links on this site to electronically request a ballot you may mail in through the post office.
The preferred method is an electronic request, following the process listed here. If for some reason that process is not working for you, we have the relevant forms linked at the bottom of the page. You may print out and mail in one of these forms to have a ballot sent to you for the vote-by-mail option.
Electronic Vote-By-Mail Registration
Registering by Mail
If the electronic registration process is not working for you, or is not attractive, you may, use a One-Time Vote-By-Mail form. The relevant forms are listed here.
If you are a Snowbird, a Student, or you would like to vote by mail for all future elections, you can arrange to have the request for an absentee ballot mailed to you automatically.
Click on one of the following to download the form that matches your need.