Anyone registered to vote in Illinois is eligible to vote by mail, no excuse needed.
The 2022 primary election is well underway in Illinois, with early voting now open ahead of Election Day on June 28. Here’s a look at some essential information to help you feel prepared and informed as you perform your civic duty and make your voice heard.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday signed a measure to move the state’s primary election from March to June next year, among other changes aimed at expanding voting access.
Illinois lawmakers debate on the last day of the spring legislative session in Springfield this Memorial Day, with some key topics still left on the agenda. Kate Chappell reports.
What should you be watching as results roll in? What are some of the biggest races in the state? NBC 5’s Kate Chappell and NBC 5 political reporter Mary Ann Ahern break down election night across Illinois.
As of election eve, more than 1.7 million people have voted by mail in Illinois. It wasn’t always that way. Here’s how things have changed.
If you’ve requested to vote by mail but want to personally hand deliver your ballot to make sure it gets to your local election authorities, there are several locations where you can drop it off.
The U.S. Postal Service is continuing to suffer a summer slowdown. For the second month in a row, reporters at NBC Owned Television Stations, Telemundo and NBCLX tested the Postal Service by mailing hundreds of letters across the country. NBC 5 Investigates’ Phil Rogers has the results.