Issues pertaining to voting in elections.
The League encourages people to consider their voting options, weigh their risks, and make a plan and a backup plan for voting. After ballots are finalized, the Illinois League’s website, illinoisvoterguide.org, will provide candidate information for every state race. The League also plans to schedule local candidate forums. Finally, the League urges voters to make their voices heard and VOTE.Read More
42 states and the District of Columbia have approved mail-in, or absentee balloting. It’s a safe method for those concerned about Covid-19 exposure. You can mail it or drop it off at the Winnebago or Boone County clerks offices or the Rockford Board of Elections.Read More
In just 100 days, voters around the country will cast their ballots—and while Election Day this year looks different in many ways, making your voice heard has never been more important. With all of the election changes happening this year, we’re here to help every step of the way.Read More
“Just as when you show up in person, you have to sign your card, and they verify your name and your address, and you can vote. This time, you’ve already voted, but they’re going to do that verification. So, there are things in place already.” Carol Davies, the co-chair of Voter Services for the League of Women Voters.Read More
The League of Women Voters Illinois or proponents of the upcoming Fair Tax referendum in the November 2020 election. There is misinformation concerning the Illinois Fair Tax posted in social media. Please find out the facts for yourself.Read More