Voter Registration Information

Register to Vote

Registering to vote has never been easier or more convenient. You can register online, in person or you can download registration forms and register through the mail.

1. Online

If you have an Illinois driver's license or state ID, you may register online through the Illinois State Board of Elections website.

2. In person

Eligible suburban Cook County residents can also register to vote in person with a certified registrar by going to:

  • Flossmoor Village Hall
    2800 Flossmoor Road
  • South Suburbs/Markham
    16501 S Kedzie Avenue
    Room 238
    Markham, IL 60426
    Phone: 708-210-4150
  • Downtown Chicago
    69 W Washington Street
    Suite 500
    Chicago, IL 60602
    Phone: 312-603-0906

Visit the Cook County Election Department for more information.

2020 General Election: 3 Ways to Vote

Vote Early

Early voting dates at the court houses begin Oct. 7. Voters can cast a ballot at any of the other 50+ early voting sites between Oct. 19 and Nov. 2, regardless of where you are registered.

Early Voting Locations Within 10 Miles of Flossmoor

  • Prairie State College – Conference Center, Proven IT Room 1318 202 S. Halsted Street, Chicago Heights, IL 60411
  • Markham Courthouse – 16501 S. Kedzie Avenue, Markham, IL 60428
  • Matteson Community Center – 20642 Matteson, IL 60443
  • Park Forest Village Hall – 350 Victory Drive, Park Forest, IL 60466
  • Tinley Park Village Hall – 16250 S. Oak Park Avenue, Tinley Park, IL 60477

Vote By Mail

Voting by mail is a safe and convenient way to cast your ballot this November. It allows voters more time to read their ballot and decide how they want to vote and gives flexibility when they want to cast their ballot.

Please note:

  • Last day to request a mail-in ballot must be received by October 29, 2020.
  • The ballot must be postmarked and returned by Election Day (Nov. 3) to be counted.
  • You can sign up to receive a mail-in ballot and still choose to vote in person. You will have to bring the mail-in ballot you received with you to your polling place when you vote in person.

For more information, go to

Vote in Person

Visit to find your polling place.