LWVPR's 2022 Primary Voter Guide HERE
WTTW's 2022 Primary Voter Guide HERE
Early Voting & Drop Box Details
Suburban Cook County residents can vote early or drop off their mail ballots in a secure drop box at any early voting location in suburban Cook County. On Election Day, June 28, voters must go to their assigned polling place if they wish to vote in person. Remember, early voting sites and polling locations may have changed from previous elections. Check before you go.
Traditional early voting and secure drop boxes are available beginning June 13.
Vote at your assigned polling place. Check your voter ID card or https://www.cookcountyclerkil.gov
Check out LWVIL's printable copy of the General Primary Election Calendar, complete with the Illinois Voter Guide QR code.
Make Your Plan to Vote Go to the Illinois Voter Guide to get started. The first step in your plan is to make sure you are registered. The second is to know where and when to vote. Then spread the word, using the image and print files on the LWVIL website.
Empower Your Networks You will find all the nonpartisan candidate information you need for races statewide in the Illinois Voter Guide when election day draws near. Use the Illinois Voter Guide to help increase voter turnout by informing and empowering your personal networks.
The League of Women Voters of Park Ridge held a candidate forum for Park Ridge's 2nd Ward on 3/18/21, featuring candidates Julianna Lopez de Philbrook and Fred Sanchez. Please share with your friends and neighbors in the 2nd ward!
The League of Women Voters of Park Ridge hosts candidate forums for local races.
The League is a nonpartisan organization. We hold forums to encourage the informed and active participation of citizens in government.
In 2020, we held our first virtual forum for the 20th House District featuring candidates Brad Stephens and Michelle Darbro. You can watch that virtual forum here
Candidate forum for Park Ridge's 5th Ward in 2019