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In addition to the Board of Election Commissioners Office, registrations are taken at the Peoria County Courthouse, City Hall-City Clerk's Office, the Driver's License Facility, and any Peoria Public Library. You may also register by mail or online.
If you move, you must file a written change of address with the Election Authority. The back of your Voter Registration Card contains a Change of Address Form. If you don't have your card, a handwritten note with your signature is sufficient. If you change your name, you must complete a new voter registration form. Find more information on the Additional Election Information page.
Find out if you're registered to vote in the State of Illinois with the Illinois State Board of Elections registration lookup tool.
In addition to the Board of Election Commissioners Office, registrations are taken at the Peoria County Courthouse, City Hall-City Clerk's Office, the Driver's License Facility (only if you have business there), and any Peoria Public Library. You may also register by mail or online.
Your polling place location is printed in the upper left corner of your Voter Registration Card. If you cannot locate your Voter Registration Card, see the Where to Vote page.
You do not need to provide identification at the polling place on Election Day to vote unless if you registered by mail and have not yet voted since you registered. If so, you will need 2 forms of identification with your current address printed thereon.
Find information about voting at our Voting page.
Contact the Peoria County Board of Election Commissioners to request that a Vote by Mail application be mailed to you. You may do this by mail, telephone. You can also obtain a form online. Anyone can vote by mail, no reason is required.
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To learn more about becoming an Election Judge, see the Election Personnel page.
Election Judges are paid $155 for working on Election Day and $10 per hour for working during early voting. All Election Judges must attend training before each election to be eligible to work.