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Voter Registration Lookup
If you're not sure that you're registered to vote at your current address, visit the Illinois State Board of Elections Voter Registration Lookup (opens in a new tab) to review your records.
Maintaining Voter Registrations
To learn more about steps we take to maintain accurate voter registration records, view the Maintaining Voter Registrations page.
Did you know: Even if you move from one apartment number to another in the same building, or if you move floors within an ISU residence hall, you need to register as a new address because your precinct should change.
Register to vote online
The registration period for the online voter registration system will close at 11:59 PM on 03/03/2024 and will reopen on 03/21/2024.
Did you know: Even if you move from one apartment number to another in the same building, or if you move floors within an ISU residence hall, you need to register with your new address because your precinct could change.
Register to vote
At your polling place or early voting site
To register to vote in person, you must provide two forms of identification. One must have your current address. We advise you to register before Election Day due to the potential of long lines at your polling place.
For more information on Grace Period Registration, review the Grace Period Registration and Voting document from the Illinois State Board of Elections.
Grace period registration is an extension of the regular registration deadline. Grace period registration authorizes each election authority to establish procedures for the registration of voters and for change of address during the period from the close of registration for an election through Election Day.
If a voter who registers to vote or changes his or her address during this grace period wishes to vote at the election or primary occurring during this grace period, he or she must do so in-person at the same time that he/she registers.
Grace period registration is available at all early voting locations, the Vote Center (where any McLean County resident may vote regardless of precinct) and your home polling place on Election Day.
Did you know: When you move, you are responsible for canceling your voter registration from your previous address.
Cancel your voter registration
To cancel your voter registration with McLean County, download and complete the Voter Registration Cancelation Form below and deliver it by mail or in-person to:
Kathy Michael, McLean County Clerk
115 E Washington St., Rm. 102
PO Box 1328
Bloomington, IL 61702
An inactive voter is a registered voter who has had their voter registration card returned and did not return a confirmation card which was mailed to them.