Palatine Township

721 South Quentin Road, Suite 101, Palatine, IL 60067
847-358-6700 | | (847) 358-2888

Clerk's Office

Palatine Township Clerk

Lisa Moran


Local Elections Matter

April 4, 2023- Consolidated General Election Information

For School Boards, Park Boards, Library Boards, etc.

Register to Vote Online- Last Day March 19
*However, Grace Period Registration and Voting extends the registration period by allowing voters to register and vote until the Monday before an election. Voters must register and vote in person at an Early Voting Site of their choice (see Early Voting Info below).
Individuals wishing to vote during this grace period must bring:
two pieces of identification to register, one with a current address.
*Grace period registrants must immediately cast their ballot after registering to vote*

*Election Day Registration is available, but only at the voter’s specific Precinct Polling Place in their neighborhood.

Early Voting- March 20- April 3
*This building most recently served as the temporary Village Hall for the Village of Palatine*

-Government-issued photo ID is not required but is helpful if there is a question about the voter's registration, address or signature. Providing an ID can also speed up the process because of the ID card readers.

Vote By Mail- Last Day to Apply for a Mail Ballot- March 30
Last Day for Mail Ballots to be Postmarked- April 4
To complete an online mail ballot application, go to You will need:
- your driver’s license or state identification number or the last
four digits of your Social Security Number
- the address where you would like your ballot mailed; and
- an email address

*Once you have applied, received and completed your ballot, you will have the option of mailing it back or using a SECURE DROP BOX (Drop Box locations not yet published at time of printing)

Ways To Vote

  • Voter Registration (New Online Option) Registering to vote has never been simpler.  You can register online, in person, or you can download registration forms and register through the mail. To register in person, voter registration is available at the Township Office during regular business hours. To register in person, you must show two forms of identification, one of which reflects your current address, be a citizen of the United States, and be 18 years of age or older by the next Election Day. The deadline for registering to vote is approximately one month prior to each election.

  • Request a Mail in Ballot

  • Election Judges. Election judges are needed, interested individuals can click on the link for more information.

Ballot and Polling Location information

  • Polling Locations Enter your address to find out your polling place, where to early vote, and what will be on your ballot.  You can also verify your polling place by calling 312-603-0906 – locations are subject to change.




Clerk Lisa Moran –

Brad Strassburger –

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Freedom of Information Act Form

Please note:  FOIA process response time is 5 working days or sooner, unless an Extension was agreed upon which would then result in an additional 5 working days to respond with a FOIA Request Reply.

FOIA Fee Structure:

Copying and Certification Fees

No copies or certified copies of the Specified Records will be provided to you until the following applicable fees have been paid.  Fees must be paid in cash, by cashier’s or certified check or by money order. However, no charge will be assessed for the first 50 letter or legal size black and white copies for a Requestor.

Copies – letter or legal – $ .15 per side

Copies – color or oversize – actual cost of reproduction

Certification – $1.00 per document plus copy cost

Outside vendor cost – see attached invoice.

For more information please email any of the FOIA officers below or call (847) 358-6700.

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