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The County of DuPage
Wheaton, Illinois
 

DuPage County Election Commission

     

    The DuPage County Election Commission is an independent, bi-partisan government entity operating under state and federal election laws to promote accurate, efficient, accessible and secure elections in DuPage County. We serve the public through education and information about the election process, voter registration, election administration and leadership in improving election procedures. We maintain the highest professional standards to ensure the integrity of the election process.

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    • Election Commission Board Meeting 10:00AM
      Monday, 01/23/2017

    • Referenda Certification
      Thursday, 01/26/2017

      For the Consolidated General Election held on April 4, 2017

      Last day for the circuit court clerk and the local election official to certify any binding public question or advisory referenda to election authority having jurisdiction over the political subdivision.  (10 ILCS 5/28/5)

    • Ballot Certification
      Thursday, 01/26/2017

      For the Consolidated General Election held on April 4, 2017

      Last day for the local election official (including township clerk) to certify candidates and the offices they are filing for to the election authority.  (10 ILCS 5/7-13.1; 60 ILCS 1/45-20)

      Certification of Ballot

    • Withdrawal of Candidacy - April 4, 2017, Consolidated General
      Thursday, 01/26/2017

      For the Consolidated General Election held on April 4, 2017

      Last day candidate may file Withdrawal of Candidacy in the office of the local election official, election authority, or the State Board of Elections.  (10 ILCS 5/7-12(9), 10-7; 65 ILCS 20/21-29)

      Request for Withdrawal

    • Write-in Candidates
      Thursday, 02/02/2017

      For the Consolidated General Election held on April 4, 2017

      Last day a person may file a notarized Declaration of Intent to be a write-in candidate with the proper election authority or authorities (appropriate county clerk(s) and/or boards of election commissioners.  Write-in votes shall only be counted for person(s) who have filed a Declaration of Intent.  Write-in declarations are NOT filed with the State Board of Elections.  (10 ILCS 5/17-16.1)

      Declaration of Intent to be a Write-in Candidate

    • Election Commission Board Meeting 4:00PM
      Wednesday, 02/15/2017