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Sally J. Turner, Logan County Clerk
Notice to the elderly and persons with disabilities and absentee and grace period voting for the November 4, 2014 General Election

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[August 29, 2014]  LINCOLN - Citizens who cannot leave their home or nursing home because of permanent disability and are not registered to vote may arrange for voter registration by contacting the Office of the Logan County Clerk. Upon request, assistance can be obtained through the Clerk or deputy registrar. On-Line and Mail-in registration forms are available to all citizens of the State of Illinois on the County Clerk website:  under Election Information. Registration forms may also be obtained at the resident’s nursing home.

Any qualified resident may register to vote at the Office of the Logan County Clerk located in Room 20 of the Logan County Courthouse, Lincoln, Illinois Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Two forms of identification are required to register; one must display your current address. The last day to register to vote with a deputy registrar for the General Election is October 7, 2014 (with the exception of grace period registration and transfer of registration beginning October 8, 2014 and ending November 4, 2014 in the Office of the Logan County Clerk). All polling places in Logan County are accessible to persons with disabilities. Voting aids and assistance in marking the ballot are available if needed at the polling place and in the Office of the County Clerk.

If you are unable to vote at your polling place on Election Day you may vote Absentee. An excuse is no longer needed to vote Absentee. Absentee voting in person and by mail will be available in the Office of the Logan County Clerk on September 25, 2014.

Registered voters may now make application for an absentee ballot by mail. Applications to Vote can be obtained on the County Clerk’s website:  under Election Information or through a request in person, by mail or telephone through the Office of the County Clerk.

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The last day an Application to Vote may be received by mail, and the last day an Absentee Ballot may be mailed from the Office of the County Clerk is October 30, 2014. The last day to vote in person Absentee in the Office of the Logan County Clerk is Monday, November 3, 2014. Contact the Office of the County Clerk to receive further Absentee information, or visit the Logan County Clerk website for up-to-date information and forms.

For information concerning absentee voting, voter registration, or voting for the elderly or disabled, please contact the Office of the Logan County Clerk at (217) 732-4148. The Office of the County Clerk and Recorder will be closed on Election Day November 4, 2014 to all services other than election related.


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