AURORA, IL – Kane County administrative clerk John Cunningham said Aurora residents will be able to cast their votes in more than half a dozen locations before Election Day this fall.
Starting September 24, Kane County residents can submit their early voting at the clerk’s office in Geneva at 719 S. Batavia Ave. to lock. Two locations in Aurora will open for early voting on October 19, and four locations will accommodate mobile voting units. Cunningham recently announced.
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“This year, with increased turnout in the presidential election and the COVID-19 pandemic, an early vote will help limit the crowd on election day,” Cunningham said in a press release. “For those voters who want to vote in person, I strongly recommend that you consider voting early.”
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According to the clerk, four other locations in the Aurora region will host mobile voting units before the November 3rd elections.
- Jewel-Osco – 1952 W. Galenva Boulevard – 19.-21. October
- Prisco Community Center – 150 W. Illinois Ave. – October 22nd to 23rd
- Phillips Park Stover Center – 1000 Ray Moses Dr. – October 26-27
- North Aurora Police Department – 200 S. Lincolnway St., North Aurora – October 28th
Mobile voting units are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More information and a detailed schedule of locations for early voting can be found here.