Voter Verification Postcards
Recently every active registered voter in DuPage County was
mailed a voter verification postcard through the U.S. Postal Service. The
postcard serves two purposes: to determine the accuracy of voters’ addresses
and to notify voters of possible polling place changes. Updating our voter
registration database is necessary, and mandated by the National Voter
Registration Act (NVRA) and the Illinois Election Code.
If you are a voter still residing at the address on the
postcard, please check the back for your polling place. You are not required to
present this card to vote, however, please keep it for future reference. If you
or someone else in your household no longer resides at the address on the
postcard, please fill out the back and follow the instructions for returning it
to our office. Undeliverable postcards are also returned to our office and
alert us that a voter may have moved; a second postcard will be sent to these
voters at a future date.
Thank you for your assistance in keeping our voter
registration database current.
Date Posted: Wednesday, July 3, 2019