The next McLean County Consolidated Election will be Tuesday, April 6, 2021.
Voters must be at least 18-years-old by Election Day.
Fun fact about elections in McLean County - we have two election authorities! If you live in Bloomington, please refer to the City of Bloomington Board of Election Commissioners. If you live in any other part of McLean County, including Normal, your election authority is the McLean County Clerk.
We'll try to answer some commonly asked questions on this page.
If you have any specific questions for the Mclean County Clerk’s office, you can ask here: https://www.mcleancountyil.gov/1449/Ask-an-Election-Question
Find answers to many of your voting-related questions online at the McLean County Clerk voter registration and instruction page.
- What is my registration status?
- What is on my upcoming ballot?
- Where is my polling place?
- Where is my early voting site?
- Who are my elected officials?
- What is my mail ballot status?
The League of Women Voters of McLean County has also prepared helpful voter information.
See a list of early voting locations and hours. Any registered voter in McLean County may vote early at any other designated early voting location.
Early voting information for Bloomington residents is a bit different, so be sure to check the Bloomington Election Commission.
View & Research Candidates
Learn more about the candidates with these voting guides:
Did You Know?
Voters can bring in newspaper endorsements, printouts, sample ballots, and smartphones. You may not take a selfie or photograph your marked ballot.
August 18, 2020 marked the 100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women across the country the right to vote. You can learn more about Women's Suffrage from the Digital Public Library of America. The DPLA has recently added a site about Black Women's Suffrage, including speeches, photographs, oral histories, and much more.