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Voting in Lake County, Illinois

GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION - JUNE 28, 2022


Early Voting

Early voting sites are open through June 27. The closest early voting sites to our library are:

Mundelein Fire Department Station 1

1000 Midlothian Rd. Mundelein, IL
847-949-3260

HOURS: 
June 13-19: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-2pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
June 20-27: Monday to Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-4pm, Sunday 9am-4pm

Fremont Township Office

22385 W. Route 60, Mundelein, IL
847-223-2847

HOURS: June 13-25: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-2pm

Click here for a list of other Early Voting locations.


Registering to Vote

More information about how and where to register to vote can be found on the Lake County Clerk's Voter Services page.

Voter registration is now closed. You can take advantage of Grace Period registration by registering and voting all at once at any Early Voting polling place, or on the day of the election at your assigned polling place.

Register in Person

You can register in person at:

  • The Lake County Clerk’s office, 18 N. County Street, Waukegan 
  • The Illinois Department of Motor Vehicle facility (when there for other services)
  • Fremont Township Office
  • At the library (please note: when registering at the library, we will walk you through either the online or mail options.)
Register Online 

If you have a valid Illinois Driver's License or State ID number and a Social Security Number you may register online while voter registration is open.

You must also provide the date your license was issued and your birth date.


More Election Information

"Find Your Representative" feature (enter your zip code where prompted) 

Illinois State Board of Elections Districts and Officials Search to find your elected officials. 

Lake County Clerk's Website  - or call their office at 847-377-2400

Federal Voting Assistance Program provides information on voting for U.S. citizens living outside of the United States, including uniformed service members.

U.S. Election Assistance Commission - Provides election calendars, voter registration forms, and access to surveys and studies about U.S. elections along with the National Voter Registration Act. 


Be an Informed Voter

The following resources are credible, free and nonpartisan. 

Ballotpedia - This "Encyclopedia of American Politics" covers local, state and federal politics. Their content includes neutral, accurate, and verifiable information on government officials and the offices they hold, political issues and public policy, elections, candidates, and the influencers of politics. 

C-SPAN Video Library - The Video Library offers more than 223,000 hours of video and is updated on a daily basis. Part of C-SPAN's mission is to provide "live gavel-to-gavel proceedings of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and to other forums where public policy is discussed, debated and decided––all without editing, commentary or analysis and with a balanced presentation of points of view."

Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) - The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) is a nonpartisan corporation that sponsors and organizes debates for U.S. presidential and vice presidential candidates. Users can access brief histories of debates dating back to 1858 along with transcripts of select events.

OpenSecrets - OpenSecrets is a product of the nonpartisan research group Center for Responsive Politics. It allows users to search for and find campaign contributors as well as campaign finance data, reports, articles and more. Background information on lobbying, interest groups, and political action committees (PACs) is easy to locate.

RealClearPolitics - A daily roundup of poll results and news coverage from multiple sources.

Vote Smart - Vote Smart's mission is to provide free, factual, unbiased information on local and national candidates and elected officials to all Americans.

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Primary Election

June 28, 2022

Fremont Public Library is a polling place on the day of the election, open 6am to 7pm for voting and library business. The library is open until 9pm as usual on election day.

We are also available to assist you with registering to vote, finding early voting sites, and more.

For detailed questions about voting, please contact the Lake County Clerk.

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