Macon County Voting & Election Information

Every United States citizen 18 years of age and older who have resided in the election district 30 days before an election is entitled to register and vote in that district. Persons must be registered to vote and may register in the Office of the County Clerk, at a Driver’s License Facility, with a Precinct Committeeman or with any Deputy Registrar. Changes of address within the County may be handled by mail to the County Clerk; those who change their name or move from the County must register anew. Registration is CLOSED 28 days before, and two days following all elections. Any qualified voter who cannot vote in person on election day because of absence from the County, religious convictions, illness or physical disability may apply to the County Clerk for an absentee ballot.

Please follow the link for the much awaited 2018 Candidate’s Guide:
State of Illinois Candidate’s Guide 2018

Call the County Clerk office at 217-424-1333 with any questions concerning voter registration or elections in Macon County.