The Cook County Clerk's office is the chief election authority for more than 120 towns and villages in suburban Cook County.

Suburban Voters can check on their registration status, polling places and more.

There are several ways to register to vote in Cook County: in person, by mail, online and even on Election Day.

Suburban Cook County registered voters can vote at their polling place on Election Day. Ballots can also be cast by mail or in person at Early Voting sites throughout Cook County.

Key dates, deadlines, tools & information for voters & candidates for the 2020 Elections.

Official results, data, analysis & Post-Election Reports for elections held in suburban Cook County.

Become an Election Judge & get paid to ensure that polling places run smoothly & voters are properly served on Election Day.

Important dates, information & deadlines for prospecive candidates & elected officials. 

Each voter in Cook County is represented by officials on many levels. Use the Directory of Elected Officials to find the public officials who represent your household.

The Cook County Clerk’s office produces a plethora of maps pertaining to elections and taxing districts. All of our available maps are posted here as PDFs.

Information on election security including FAQs, videos, white paper and pamphlet.

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Dec 9

Candidate Order for March 17, 2020 Presidential Primary Decided in Ballot Position Lottery

Clerk Yarbrough held ballot lotteries today to determine the candidate ballot positions in the March 17, 2020 Presidential Primary Election.
Mar 26

Clerk Yarbrough Demonstrates New Voting Equipment

Along with more intuitive and accessible equipment, voters will be able to review their printed ballot – in hand –  before their vote is cast, said Yarbrough.