If you are a qualified voter, you may vote by mail. (A qualified voter is registered from the address of current residence with the name currently used): Vote by Mail applications are available 90 days before each election.
Persons who register to vote by mail are required to show ID with current name and address the first time they vote in the jurisdiction.
A registered voter, may request an application for a VOTE BY MAIL ballot not less than 5 days prior to the date of the election. Upon receipt of the completed and signed application in the office of the election authority, a ballot will be mailed to the address requested. Sufficient time must be allowed for the voter to receive, sign and return the application no later than the Thursday before the election (March 12, 2020). The ballot must be received, voted and postmarked for return to the Board of Elections no later than Midnight the day of the election (March 17, 2020). All ballots postmarked by Midnight, March 17, 2020 will be counted if received within 14 days of the election.
If admitted to or released from hospital, nursing home, or rehab center 14 days before election, there are provisions for persons hospitalized from March 3, 2020 through March 17, 2020 to vote a vote by mail ballot, if a relative or licensed messenger service is available to hand carry the application from the Election Office to the voter and back to the office; where the ballot is picked up, delivered to the voter and returned to the Election Office. Please call the Rockford Board of Elections at (815) 987-5750 for details.
Required Uncounted Ballot Information (10ILCS 5/1-9.2)
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