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It's a local election. That means your vote has impact.

Need to learn more? There's a candidate forum on Tuesday March 24.

Vote

Sweet Potato Cafe
2 S 505 Rt 59
March 24, 6:30 PM
Meet candidates for
Warrenville Wards 3 and 4 candidates and for District 200 candidates.
Each candidate will have three minutes for a speech and then there will be general mingling for conversation; no question and answer on a panel.

In this election, Warrenville residents will cast ballots for:

  • Alderman (Wards 3 and 4: 2 candidates, 1 position - Wards 1 and 2: 1 candidate, 1 position)
  • Library Board (2 year term - 2 candidates, 1 postion)
  • Park District Board (2 candidates, 2 positions)
  • Regional Board of Schools Trustees (6 candidates, 3 positions) - What is this? If anyone knows, write a comment.
  • COD representatives (12 candidates, 3 positions. COD is a hot topic)
  • School Board Candidates (5 candidates, 3 positions. Meet them at Wheaton North Candidate Forum on Thur March 26.)
  • Fire District Proposition: "Shall the trustees of the Warrenville Fire Protection District be elected, rather than appointed?" The Warrenville Fire Protection District is in favor of a "yes" vote.

If you are ready to vote, early voting runs from March 23 to April 4, 2015. Click for early voting information.

Want to See Your Ballot?

If you’re anything like me, you want to know what choices you will be asked to make before you enter the voting booth. I discovered the secret to finding your sample ballot, and I’ll share it with you.

I can’t attach your ballot, because even within Warrenville, there are multiple districts at every level of government – each with different boundaries. Hence, just for Warrenville voters, there are about a dozen different ballot variations.

Follow the steps, just a few clicks, and enter your address and you'll have the ballot.

  1. Go to the Voter Information Page on the Dupage County website: https://www.dupageco.org/VoterLookup/
  2. Search By Address
    Click on the Address Tab
  3. Type your address. Note:the house number includes the numbers and letter (e.g. 28w530) and click submit.
  4. The secret is the "Ballot Style" – 264 in my case, is a link to my ballot. Click this number to get your ballot.

Ballot Style

If the ballot is too small to read, use the zoom keys or print it.

Now I helped you with the easy part of finding the ballot. Now you must decide how to cast it.

Happy Voting!

Vote April 7

It's a local election. That means your vote has impact.

Need to learn more? There's a candidate forum on Tuesday March 24.

Vote

Sweet Potato Cafe
2 S 505 Rt 59
March 24, 6:30 PM
Meet candidates for
Warrenville Wards 3 and 4 candidates and for District 200 candidates.
Each candidate will have three minutes for a speech and then there will be general mingling for conversation; no question and answer on a panel. 

In this election, Warrenville residents will cast ballots for:

  • Alderman (Wards 3 and 4: 2 candidates, 1 position - Wards 1 and 2: 1 candidate, 1 position)
  • Library Board (2 year term - 2 candidates, 1 postion)
  • Park District Board (2 candidates, 2 positions)
  • Regional Board of Schools Trustees (6 candidates, 3 positions) - What is this? If anyone knows, write a comment.
  • COD representatives (12 candidates, 3 positions. COD is a hot topic)
  • School Board Candidates (5 candidates, 3 positions. Meet them at Wheaton North Candidate Forum on Thur March 26.)
  • Fire District Proposition: "Shall the trustees of the Warrenville Fire Protection District be elected, rather than appointed?" The Warrenville Fire Protection District is in favor of a "yes" vote.

If you are ready to vote, early voting runs from March 23 to April 4, 2015. Click for early voting information.

Want to See Your Ballot?

If you’re anything like me, you want to know what choices you will be asked to make before you enter the voting booth. I discovered the secret to finding your sample ballot, and I’ll share it with you. 

I can’t attach your ballot, because even within Warrenville, there are multiple districts at every level of government – each with different boundaries. Hence, just for Warrenville voters, there are about a dozen different ballot variations.

Follow the steps, just a few clicks, and enter your address and you'll have the ballot.

  1. Go to the Voter Information Page on the Dupage County website: https://www.dupageco.org/VoterLookup/
  2. Search By Address
    Click on the Address Tab
  3. Type your address. Note:the house number includes the numbers and letter (e.g. 28w530) and click submit.
  4. The secret is the "Ballot Style" – 264 in my case, is a link to my ballot. Click this number to get your ballot.

Ballot Style

If the ballot is too small to read, use the zoom keys or print it.

Now I helped you with the easy part of finding the ballot. Now you must decide how to cast it.

Happy Voting!

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