If you haven't registered to vote yet, never fear: You missed the deadline to vote at polling places in the March 20 primary, but you can still vote at the county clerk's office.
Dubbed "grace period voting," Kendall County residents can register to vote and cast their ballots during a visit to the county clerk's office at 111 W. Fox St. in Yorkville.
You'll need to bring two forms of identification, such as a lease, driver's license, or Social Security card. For a full list of acceptable ID, see the PDF attached to this post.
You'll also need to be prepared to vote.
“You cannot go into the polling place on Election Day and vote," Kendall County Clerk Debbie Gillette said. "You have to do it at the same time you register."
Early voting, which allows people who registered to vote by Monday's deadline to vote at certain locations, is Feb. 27 through March 15.