Get Out The Vote: A Guide to the Primary Election

Your vote in the March 19 primary election can ensure that we support candidates who support us by promoting homeownership and helping our industry. Your vote will help to advance public policies and candidates that build strong communities, protect property interests and promote a vibrant business environment. We have compiled everything you need to know to be prepared to get out and vote!

Once you’ve ensured you’re registered to vote and have a voting plan, you can use these resources to educate your clients on the importance of voting.

Register to Vote & Check Your Status

Registering to vote only takes two minutes! While online registration is closed, you may still register in person at an early voting site or on election day at a polling place. You will need to bring two forms of ID, one with a home address.

Look up your registration and status by clicking here. Have your first and last name, birthday, zip code and address ready to check your status.

Make A PlaN

How, where and when are you going to vote? Make sure you know your options!

Vote By Mail

Illinois allows no-excuse absentee voting (voting by mail).

Ballots must be postmarked by Election Day to be counted.

Polling Locations and Early Voting

If you plan on going to a polling place to vote, click here to look up where to go. You can also vote early. Click here to find early voting registration locations and hours.

Who’s On the Ballot?

Visit the Board of Election Commissioners website to see the offices on the ballot and a candidate list.