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Beginning  Thursday, Sept. 27, any eligible DeKalb County voter is able to vote in person or by mail for the Nov. 6 general election. Voting by mail is officially called “Absentee Voting.” Election law in Illinois has changed to allow for both voting by mail and voting in person for absentee voting. Voters should also...
The DeKalb County Election Office will host early voting for the Northern Illinois University campus community from Monday, Feb. 27, through Friday, March 2 . Students and the campus community are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. Additionally, those residents who are not currently – or need to change – their registration can do...
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DeKalb County will begin in-person and at-home (absentee) voting Thursday, Feb. 9, DeKalb County Clerk John J. Acardo has announced. When voting early, each voter must produce a valid federal, state or other government-issued identification. At -Home (Absentee Voting) Voters interested in voting from home or absentee must submit their application to vote or contact...
DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder John Acardo encourages all voters to review the “Accessibility and Assistance for Voters” section of his website. Voters who are permanently physically incapacitated and unable to make it to their polling place might qualify to automatically receive applications for absentee ballots before every election for the next five years. Those...