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The County of DuPage
Wheaton, Illinois

Press Release

Thursday, October 15, 2020

DuPage County Early Voting Opens at 18 Sites Monday County Clerk’s Office increases number of sites by 50%

Early Voting for the 2020 Presidential Election will have 18 sites in DuPage County on Monday, October 19. The number of sites was increased by 50 percent from the 12 sites utilized in the Primary to include areas that had previously been underserved by Early Voting, according to DuPage County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek.

Seventeen of the Early Voting sites will be touchscreen voting only. The DuPage County Fairgrounds will offer touchscreen and the ongoing paper ballot voting. Nearly 15,000 people have already voted at the Fairgrounds site to date. 

DuPage County voters can go to any one of the Early Voting sites. 

DuPage County’s 18 Early Voting sites are:

  • DuPage Fairgrounds 2015 Manchester Rd., Wheaton (paper and touchscreen)
  • College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn
  • Elmhurst City Hall 209 N. York Rd., Elmhurst
  • Safety Village in Darien 7400 Cass Ave., Darien
  • Addison Township Office 401 N Addison Rd., Addison
  • The Annex at Abbington Banquet Hall 3s002 Rt 53, Glen Ellyn
  • Bartlett Community Center 700 S. Bartlett Rd., Bartlett
  • The Courtyard 3s200 Rt 59, Warrenville
  • Darien Office Complex 8255 Lemont Rd., Darien
  • Downers Grove Village Hall 801 Burlington Ave., Downers Grove
  • Fox Valley Mall 195 Fox Valley Center Dr., Aurora
  • Islamic Center of Naperville 25W530 75th St., Naperville
  • Kings Hall Banquets 1000 Unit #40 Rohlwing Rd., Lombard
  • Lisle Park District / Wheatstack Restaurant 5900 S. Rt. 53, Lisle
  • Naperville Municipal Center 400 S. Eagle St., Naperville
  • Old Farm Market Place 2011 S. Washington St., Naperville
  • Stratford Square Mall 152 Stratford Square Entrance 3, Bloomingdale
  • Yorktown Center Lombard The Shops at Yorktown #42, Lombard

Most Early Voting sites are open seven days a week, until Monday, Nov. 2.

The College of DuPage, Elmhurst City Hall, and Darien Safety Village sites are open Monday - Saturday, through Oct. 31. Specific hours can be found at:

As Election Day nears, Kaczmarek notes those voters who have put off applying for a mail ballot should consider voting in-person during Early Voting or on Election Day. 

“Typically lines become longer at Early Voting closer to Election Day. If a voter intends to go to an Early Voting site, the sooner the better,” Kaczmarek said. 

Strict health protocols will be followed at each Early Voting site to protect voters and poll workers from COVID-19. They include: Extended hours so that crowds may be more spread out throughout the day; masks for poll workers, regular cleaning of equipment and touchscreens with sanitizing wipes, and signage reminding voters to keep six feet apart. In accordance with statewide COVID-19 prevention guidance, if a voter forgets their mask, they will be given a single-use mask from the Clerk’s Office. All Early Voting sites are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 

Kaczmarek encourages anyone who is uncertain of their voter registration status, including those voters who may have moved or changed their name since the last time they voted, to confirm their registration and see their sample ballot at the Clerk’s website:

Due to COVID-19, all 2020 General Election voters are encouraged to cast a ballot prior to Election Day, either by mail or during early voting. Voting by mail is an easy option for voters and you can request a vote by mail ballot through email, mail, or in person. An application is available from your local election authority or at To register to vote or check your registration status, visit