Voting in Kendall County

Full details on voting by mail can be found on the “When to vote” tab on this webpage.

Specific information about returning your ballot is below.

A person who has requested a vote by mail ballot cannot be permitted to vote in the polling place on Election Day, unless one of the following exceptions apply:

  • the voter submits to the election judges their vote by mail ballot, or a portion of the ballot for cancellation;
  • the voter fills out an affidavit stating that they never received the vote by mail ballot;
  • the voter fills out an affidavit stating they completed and returned the vote by mail ballot
    and the election authority did not receive it.

You do not have to return your vote by mail ballot in the mail. A voter may authorize any person to return their ballot to the election authority (the Kendall County Clerk), as long as the voter has signed the affidavit on the ballot envelope affirming that authorization was given to deliver the ballot.

This is the PDF version of the tri-fold voters guide that we’re giving out.

This is the cover that goes out to everybody:

Voter Guide Cover


There are two different insides depending on whether you’re County District 1 or District 2

District 1
District 2

Use this link to validate whether you’re registered to vote, locate your polling place, and list out your voting districts.

The full Kendall County Clerk’s publication on voting in the 2018 General Election¬† can be found here. Vote by Mail instructions are here.

The 2018 General Election will be held on November 6, 2018. You can find your polling place here.

A sample ballot is available here.

Below is the 2018 General Election early voting schedule.