Around Town: April 6 Election

Dated: March 16 2021

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It's almost election time! We've gathered some resources to help you learn about the candidates running for mayor, alderman, school board, and more. Let's get out there and vote April 6!

Early Voting

Who:
DuPage County Residents

Where:
City Council Chambers in Elmhurst's City Hall

When: March 22 to April 5, 2021

Hours: Mondays thru Fridays 8:30 am to 7 pm, Saturdays 9 am to 5 pm

If Elmhurst's City Hall is not convenient for you, there are two options for identifying alternative locations: 

  • Visit the DuPage County Election Commission website or call them at 630-407-5600. 
  • Try the League of Women Voters Election Center. After entering your address, you will enter when you want to vote and receive a list of locations open and available to you. 

Election Day

Where: Voting locations can change. Verify yours on the DuPage County website

When: April 6, 2021

Sample Ballot

Go to the DuPage County website to get a sample ballot unique to your address. The link for a sample ballot appears below your polling location and above the list of current elected officials. You can also create your own sample ballot using the League of Women Voters Election Center

Voter Registration/Registration Confirmation

If you need to confirm your voter registration, visit the voter lookup tool on the DuPage County website.

To register to vote, visit the voter registration page on the DuPage County website. 

Candidates

The following candidates are listed alphabetically by last name. LW Reedy does not endorse any particular candidates.

Elmhurst Mayoral Candidates

Elmhurst Alderman Candidates

Additional Candidates on Your Ballot

Your DuPage County or League of Women Voters sample ballots will also contain names of candidates for other roles, including City Clerk, seats on the Elmhurst Park District Board of Commissioners, and College of DuPage Trustees.

Additional Information about Candidates

The following articles and forum videos are included for you to read and review. By including these articles, LW Reedy is not agreeing with or supporting any information in them but rather including them for our community as a resource to use along with other resources. 


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