News from the Reference Desk Category: Elections

Election Day is November 8

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Are you ready to vote in the mid-term elections? Early voting is currently happening through November 7 at Mount Prospect Village Hall, and Election Day voting will be held at polling places on November 8. Whether you plan to vote by mail, in-person or vote early, find answers to many common questions on the library’s Voter Resources Research Guide

Don’t forget that due to congressional redistricting following the 2020 census, some Mount Prospect residents will see some new names on their ballot. To avoid any election day surprises, sample ballots are available through the Cook County Clerk’s Office. For more detailed information about the candidates on the ballot, check out Ballotready.org or Voteforjudges.org

With questions about accessing any of these resources, stop by the Research Desk at the library, or contact us to request a reference appointment. 

Get ready to vote in the gubernatorial primary

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Perhaps you’ve noticed more campaign-related mail and yard signs lately. Early voting in the gubernatorial primary election in Illinois begins on June 13 and runs through June 27, and election day is June 28. Find more information about voter registration, finding your polling place, getting information on the candidates and more through our Voter Resources Research Guide.

Due to congressional redistricting following the 2020 census, some Mount Prospect residents will have a different U.S. Representative on their ballot. To avoid any election day surprises, sample ballots are available through the Cook County Clerk’s Office. For more detailed information about the candidates on the ballot, check out Ballotready.org or Voteforjudges.org.

With questions about accessing any of these resources, stop by the Research Desk at the library, or contact us to request a reference appointment.