Voting Information
Voting Information
Written By Andrew Willis   |   09.11.14

IFI Voter Guide

The full online version of the IFI 2014 General Election Voter Guide is available for download HERE.  (HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA ESPAÑOL)

For localized versions of the voter guide based on congressional district, CLICK HERE.

For Ballot Questions: Constitutional Amendments and Referenda, CLICK HERE.

IFI has compiled and produced our 2014 Illinois General Election Voter Guide to help Illinois citizens make educated and informed decisions about the candidates on the primary ballot. The Voter Guide is non-partisan and is not intended to endorse or oppose any candidate, whether explicitly or implicitly.  It simply provides pertinent information about the candidates themselves (when available), and their positions on issues of importance. Churches can legally share this 501(c)3 compliant Guide with their entire congregation.

For information on the three referendum questions on  the ballot, CLICK HERE. For a church bulletin insert about voter registration, CLICK HERE.

Election Day Voting Places

To find your polling place for Election Day, November 4th, CLICK HERE.

Early Voting

Early Voting period is from October 20-November 2, 2014. Any registered voter may vote early. For locations and hours of your local election authority, CLICK HERE or call the IFI office (708) 781-9328.

Vote by Mail with an Absentee Ballot

You may vote by absentee ballot for any reason. To apply and for more information, CLICK HERE. All requests by mail must be received by the Election Authority by October 30th and all in-person absentee requests must be made by November 3rd. Mail in your filled out ballots between September 25th and November 3rd.

Grace Period Registration & Voting

If you fail to register to vote by October 7th, you can still register in the Grace Period which is from October 8th to November 4th.  Contact your local election authority to register by CLICKING HERE. Grace Period registration and voting at election authorities and select universities extends through November 4th. For a list of universities, call the IL State Board of Elections at (217) 782-4141 or go

Andrew Willis
Andrew is a Chicago-based attorney, working in corporate and wealth-planning matters. He graduated with honors from the Chicago-Kent College of Law where he was here he served as an Executive...
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