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Voting Info for New Voters

If you turn 18 before November 3, 2020, you can vote in the Illinois primary elections!

If you turn 18 before November 3, 2020, YOU CAN STILL VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES.

The Primary Election is on March 17, 2020. You have to be registered online by March 1st in order to vote in the primaries: https://ova.elections.il.gov .

You can also vote early! Illinois doesn’t even care why you’re voting early. You can even do it THE DAY BEFORE the election. Just stop by the Village of Oak Lawn .

Forgot to register and missed the March 1st deadline? There is Grace Period Registration and Voting - two for one deal! Stop by the Village of Oak Lawn any time before March 17th with two pieces of identification, get registered and vote on the spot.

If you have a driver's license or state ID card, your second form of ID can be your debit card or your school ID.

Need some help? Ballotpedia is your friend ! They have information on Republican and Democratic primaries, including judges, municipal government, and detailed narratives about the general atmosphere of this election. The League of Women Voters is another great, nonpartisan resource.


Even if you’re not old enough to vote, you can still let your reps know what you think at every level of government.

Here are your representatives*

Local

Oak Lawn Districts

1) Tim Desmond

2) Alex Olejniczak

3) Paul Mallo

4) Terry Vorderer

5) William “Bud” Stalker

6) Thomas Phelan

Look Up Your Oak Lawn Trustee Here.


State

Jacqueline Y Collins

Mary E Flowers

Federal

Dick Durbin

Tammy Duckworth

Dan Lipinski


HS students, drop by for Current Events Cafe in the Teen Room on Tuesdays at 4pm to pick up some postcards to write to your reps. The Library will mail them for you!

Not sure what to say? Here are some issues that are trending:

  • Gun control/Gun rights
  • Healthcare
  • Immigration
  • Education
  • Environment
  • LGBT rights
  • Economy
  • Reproductive rights
  • National security

You can also talk about anything else that is important to You!


Not sure how to contact them? You can:

Call (Check out 5calls.org )

Write

  • An email
  • A postcard
  • A Tweet

Visit

  • their office
  • a town hall meeting
  • during a forum

Created by Izabel Gronski on Feb 21st, 2020 @ 11:41 AM.
Updated on Feb 21st, 2020 @ 1:25 PM.