Absentee voting by mail is a convenient way for citizens who are registered to vote to cast their ballots if they are unable to vote during the early voting period, and cannot vote at their polling place on Election Day. Absentee voting is especially convenient for students who are attending a college or university out of state and are registered to vote in their home state. Remember, you cannot register in more than one state!
If you would like to visit a central hub for vote-by-mail or absentee ballots, visit AllintoVote.org, as Loyola University Chicago is an official partner with the All-In Campus Democracy Challenge, a non-partisan organization that empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in student democratic engagement.
If you want state-specific resources, please continue below:
Illinois: Contact the Cook County Election Authority