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Illinois Voter Information

There is a lot at stake in the 2020 election—from defending reproductive rights and protecting health care access for all, to the state of our judicial system and voting the Trump administration out of office. We can’t afford to sit on the sidelines, so we are inviting you to get involved.

Planned Parenthood Illinois Action is joining forces with the Planned Parenthood Action Fund and Planned Parenthood Votes to launch our largest campaign to date.

Click here to get to know the candidates Planned Parenthood Illinois Action has endorsed and check out our Illinois Scorecard. You can also learn about the issues and become more informed as you prepare to cast your ballot.

Get started now:

  • Register to vote or check your voter registration status

  • Make a plan to vote in the 2020 Election

  • Volunteer for Planned Parenthood Illinois Action

  • Donate to Planned Parenthood Illinois Action’s political efforts 

  • Download the OutVote app and encourage your friends and neighbors to pledge to vote as well. Search for us using code: 667088

  • Let everyone in your social networks know you plan to vote

  • Educate yourself on the issues and see who Planned Parenthood Illinois Action is supporting

How to Cast Your Ballot From Home

  1. Visit the Illinois State Board of Elections website and download the vote-by-mail application.

  2. Return the application to your local election authority.

  3. Your ballot will be mailed to you on September 24, 2020.

  4. FIll out your ballot from the comfort of your home.

  5. Return your ballot. You can either mail it back or use one of your election authority’s secure drop-off locations.

  6. Sit back and relax. Your civic duty is done!

How to Vote Safely at Your Local Polling Place

  • Write out your voting plan before going to the polls.
    Doing your candidate research ahead of time will ensure that you can get in and out of your polling place as quickly as possible. You can even download our list of endorsed candidates and bring it with you.

  • Vote during non-peak hours.
    Mornings, lunch breaks, and evenings will likely be the busiest times at most polling places. When planning your trip to the polls, try to avoid these high traffic times, if possible. 

  • Wear a face mask and bring your own hand sanitizer and pen.

  • Respect the social distancing markers at your polling location.