Tuesday, November 6, 2012
County clerk reports all snags have been addressed and the votes have been counted.
Voting in Kendall County has gone fairly smoothly with only a handful of "glitches," Kendall County Clerk Debbie Gillette said this afternoon. Gillette said some ballots were not feeding properly into some optical scan machines used in the county. However, she said the problem was quickly solved and all of the votes were counted. "It was just an issue with the ballots not being lined up properly," Gillette said. Although not an issue with voting, Gillette said her office has also fielded a number of telephone calls from residents wanting to know which precinct they were supposed to vote in, or questions on whether or not they were registered to vote. Several voters on the Yorkville Patch Facebook Page said they did not encounter long lines…
Monday, October 22, 2012
Everything you need to know about voting in upcoming elections in Kendall County.
Early voting for the Nov. 6 General Election starts on Monday, Oct. 22 for Kendall County. Voters can go to either the Kendall County Clerk's Office, 111 West Fox Street, Yorkville, or the Oswego Village Hall, 100 Parkers Mill, Oswego, to vote. The Yorkville location will be available until Nov. 3 and the Oswego location until Nov. 1. A photo ID is required to vote. To be eligible to vote, a person must: To register, a person must bring two forms of identification, one of which is required to include your name and residence address. Acceptable forms are: Election day voting is on Nov. 6 from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Be sure to check your Kendall County polling location before Election Day as changes have been made due to redistricting…
Monday, October 15, 2012
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Monday, October 15, 2012
Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for letting me address the residents of Kendall County. As we begin to look this fall at the election, I would like to encourage the residents to please join me in voting on November 6th. The right to vote is a fundamental right. We as Americans need to give thanks for the ability to participate in a debate and discussion over who will be our leaders. We are fortunate to live in a democracy and have the freedom to discuss the issues and continue to build the fabric of America that distinguishes us as the greatest country on earth. On November 6th the Great American debate will be taking place and I ask the residents of Kendall County to join me in exercising their right to …
Monday, April 4, 2011
Here are the basics that hopefully will keep voting from becoming too stressful.
1) Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. 2) You should bring a government-issued photo ID with you in case the election judge requests it. 3) You'll want to know your precinct so you know where to go to vote. The Evoter Illinois website will tell you where to go if you type in your address. There also are precinct maps and other voting information on the Kendall County Clerk's website. 4) If you live in Yorkville and want to research your alderman candidates before hitting the polls, you'll need to know in which ward you live. If you don't have your voter registration card handy, you can check out the ward maps on Yorkville's city website. 5) Wondering about a candidate or a particular referendum? Yorkville Patch's collection of …