New Lenox Township offers early voting in both primary and general elections. While our most recent election is now completed, please check back frequently for updates concerning election information.
|Residents of New Lenox Township are reminded that voter registration is provided at the Township Offices during regular business hours. Address changes can also be made to ensure proper registration for voting purposes. |
Would you like to find out if you're registered to vote? Click here to link to the Will County Clerk's website to quickly check whether you're an active voter or not.
Would you like to register?
You can register to vote without coming in. The Will County Clerk's office has an on-line registration form that you may fill out, print, and mail to their office. Click here to be taken to the Illinois Voter Registration Application. Please follow the instructions very carefully.
Would you like to vote by mail?
Absentee voting is available to any registered voter in Will County who is expecting to be absent from the county or precinct of residence on Election Day. The Will County Clerk's office can also help you with registering to vote absentee. Please visit this link on the Will County Clerk's website for all the information you need.
Would you like to know what precinct you're in?
The Will County Clerk has a very easy look up form here for you to find out what precinct you live in.
Do you have lots of questions about voting?
The Will County Clerk's office has a Voter FAQ Page you may visit for any numer of questions you may have about voting.
Would you like to be an Election Judge?
|The Will County Clerk is always looking for people who are interested in serving as Election Judges. Click here to contact the Will County Clerk's office.
Most Recent Election
For information about the most recent election results, please visit the Will County Clerk's site at the following link:
Election Results (Election are official Tuesday, November 23, when canvassing of votes is completed by the Will County Clerk and after absentee ballots postmarked by midnight, November 1, and provisional and grace period ballots are counted on November 16.)
You may click here for choices of format or viewing archived Election Results from the Will County Clerk's website.
|Click here for the Will County Clerk's voter turn out map for 2010.|