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Elections


The Clerk is responsible for conducting all elections within Christian County including all Federal, State, County, City, School, Township, Village, Park and Library Districts as well as some Fire Districts. Some of the functions we conduct prior to an election, during an election, and after an election are:

    • voter registration
    • absentee voting
    • election judge training
    • precinct set-ups
    • ballot proofing
    • voter tabulation
    • deputy registrar training
    • Pollwatcher Credentials
    • Election Canvasing

Am I Registered to Vote? What is My Precinct?


 

March 15, 2016 General Primary Election Specimen Ballot
Democrat Specimen Ballot
Republican Specimen Ballot

 

 

In-person Absentee Voting, Early Voting and Grace Period Registration and Voting are all conducted at the County Clerk’s Office located on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse.  Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  In addition the Clerk’s Office will be open for voting only on the following Saturdays from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm: March 5th and March 12th. The Clerk's Office is also open for voting on Election Day from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Early Voting................................... 2/04/2016--3/14/2016
Mail-In Absentee Voting................. 2/04/2016--3/10/2016
Close of Voter Registration............ 2/16/2016
Grace Period Registration & Voting 2/17/2016--3/15/2016
Election Day................................... 3/15/2016

 

Ballots become available following State Board of Elections certification.

 

 

ELECTIONS INFORMATION:

Absentee Voting specific requirements to cast an absentee ballot and the methods to use to make application for an absentee ballot

BY MAIL: ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION and Guidelines for REGISTERED VOTERS ONLY

Early Voting learn who can vote early and where and when you can early vote in Christian County

Grace Period Registration and Voting information regarding how to apply for Grace Period Registration and the times and locations where Grace Period Voting is available

Election Dates Through 2021
POLLING PLACES

Military & Their Dependents & Citizens Abroad

Current County Election Results
Past Election Results

Am I registered to vote? What is my precinct?

LOCATION MAPS





 

 





 

 

CHRISTIAN COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER QUICK LINKS:
Current Election Details
Voter Registration
Early Voting
Absentee Voting
Grace Period
Military & Overseas Voters
Christian County Polling Places
Vital Records
Recordings and Fees
Freedom of Information Act
County Board Minutes
Other Clerk/Recorder Services
Accounting Functions
Property Tax Rate Extension

 

Current County Election Results

 

Early Voting Schedule & Locations

Close of registration will be on Tuesday, February 16th.  Grace registration begins on February 17th and continues on Election Day.  Grace registration and voting is only conducted at the County Clerk’s Office.  Certain proofs may be needed so please contact the Clerk’s Office as to what you will need to bring in with you and as to who qualifies to register under Grace.

There are many methods to get registered to vote.  There are links to blank application forms and you may even be able to register online.  Go to the County Clerk’s website at www.christiancountyil.com for more information or call the Clerk’s Office.

Pursuant to Article 19A of the Illinois Election Code, Early Voting for the March 15th,  General Primary Election for all Christian County Precincts will be conducted at the Office of the Christian County Clerk on the second floor of the Courthouse located at 101 S. Main St. in Taylorville.  The Courthouse may only be entered from the South entrance.  The Courthouse is a handicap accessible building.

Early voting begins Thursday, February 4th  and will continue through Monday, March 14th.  Early Voting may be done from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and on Saturdays (March 5th and 12th) between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 

Any validly registered voter of Christian County may vote during the early voting period after showing proper identification.  However, any vote cast is final and may not be revoked and the voter would not be eligible to cast a vote on Election Day.  Due to the late certification of the ballot by the state Board of Elections voting on paper ballots will begin Monday, February 8th.  Touchscreen voting will also be available at a later date—call the Clerk’s Office to confirm that Touchscreens are available if that is your preferred method of voting.

Should you have any questions regarding the Early Voting Process, please call the Clerk’s Office at 824-4969.

 

 

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