In the 2022 Election Cycle in Illinois, the Primary Election is on Tuesday, June 28.  By June 13, all Early Voting Sites in Cook County will be open. All citizens of Illinois have the right to vote.  This page includes links to resources that include your rights as a voter, resources for voters with disabilities, and key information about voter registration, early voting, curbside voting, and other topics.  Many thanks to the organizations that have collected and organized this information.

1. Exercising Your Right to Vote — A resource developed by Equip for Equality with a grant by the Illinois Department on Aging — Download Here — 2022-Exercising Your Right to Vote — Disability and Aging Rights

2. Disability Vote Illinois — A resource guide for disabled voters and Seniors developed by Disability Vote Illinois — Click here for link

3.  Voting Frequently Asked Questions — An FAQ created by Equip for Equality:  Click here for link

4. Your Vote Counts: A Self-Advocate’s Guide to Voting in the United State — Developed by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network: Click here for link

5.  Early Voting — A resource from NBC 5 Chicago — A listing of Early Voting Locations in the Chicagoland Area — Click Here for Link

6. Voting Date, Races on the Ballot… — Resource from NBC 5 Chicago — Click Here for Link — Click Here for Link

These are just a few of the many resources available about voting in Illinois, both for disabled and non-disabled voters.  If you would like assistance navigating any of this information, please contact or