Due to COVID-19, all 2020 General Election voters are encouraged in Public Act 101-0642 to cast a ballot prior to Election Day, either by mail or during early voting.  As part of this law, we are REQUIRED to send "vote by mail applications" to anyone whom voted in November 2018, April 2019, or March 2020, as well as those new registrations or changes made after Primary 2020 Election.  

Polling Places will be open on Election day for those whom want to vote in person, but voters will be required to abide by CDC recommendations.  (Right now that means: voters would be required to wear a mask, abide by social distancing, and are encouraged to bring their own pen.  Hopefully this will change prior to November.)  For list of polling places click here.

The GENERAL ELECTION will be held on November 3, 2020.  Publication Ballot click here

For list of local candidates with addresses click here.

Press release regarding vote by mail application click here.  For additional application for a vote by mail ballot click here.  The first day we will mail out ballots will be September 24, 2020.

For UOCAVA (Uniformed and Civilian Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) information go to www.FVAP.gov (Federal Voting Assistance Program).  Enter FPCA (Federal Post Card Application) in search field for a printable form , or to just print FPCA click here. The completed FPCA can be emailed (jeffcoclerk@jeffil.us), faxed (618-244-8023) or mailed to Jefferson County Clerk, 100 S. 10th St., Room 105, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864.   The last day to send Military and Civilian Overseas ballots whom we have an application from prior to is September 18, 2020.

 

   Revised 5/19/2020 General Election Calendar at a Glance click here

   Revised 5/19/2020 2020 Election & Campaing Finance Calendar click here.

*Independent and New Party Candidates cannot circulate prior to March 24, 2020, and file July 13-20, 2020.  10% of original signature requirement due to shelter-at-home orders.

      Independent info click here;  New Party info click here.

   Resvised 5/21/2020 Candidate's Guide click here.

   Article 29B Fair Campaign Practices Act - Code of Fair Campaign Practices (optional form) click here

   NOTICES:

      Election Judge Selection click here.

      Public Notice of Dates for write-in, registering, early voting, mail outs, Accessibility, and Nursing Home click here

      Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Notice click here.

      Notice of Public Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment click here.

      Early Voting Dates/Information click here.

      Early & Grace Voting Notice click here.

 

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The General Primary Election will be held March 17, 2020.

Official Totals Summary Report click here

Canvass

   Cover page, totals, referenda click here

   Democratic nominated candidates click here

   Republican nominated candidates click here 

   Precinct Committeeperson (to be elected):

     Democratic click here

     Republican click here

 

Party Placement Lottery Notice for General Election click here  -  Results click here 

 

Election Day Unofficial Totals - includes returned absentee:  

     After 33 precincts click here

Late Arriving Ballots must be postmarked by March 17, 2020, and received by March 31, 2020. 

Jefferson County has:

    0 ballots cast on Election day and not counted

    0 Early voted ballots not counted

    0 Provisional Ballots

    15 ballots received but not counted  (8 Republican, 7 Democratic, however 3 are postmarked after election day so will not be counted 1D, 2R.)

    23 ballots sent but not returned yet  (15 Republican, 7 Democratic, 1 Nonpartisan)

 

 

 

EXTENDED EARLY VOTING HOURS - MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020, UNTIL 7:00 P.M. AT THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, DUE TO CORONAVIRUS.

 

SPECIMEN BALLOTS:  Democratic   Republican   Nonpartisan

For a list of Candidates whom have filed at County Clerk's Office click here.

     For candidates whom file at opening/closing hour for same position a lottery will be held, click here for notice.

Referenda/Public Question submitted for the Primary Election click here.

NOTICES:

   Senior Citizens click here

   Notice of General Primary Election with polling places click here

   Notice of Colors click here

   Notice of Public Question click here

   Early & Grace Voting Notice click here and Early Voting Notice click here      March 16th extended until 7:00 p.m.

   Notice of Public Test click here

   Nursing Home Voting will be conducted March 13, 2020 - click here (amended 3/12/2020)

   Re-Tabulation Notice click here

 

 

For State Board of Elections 2020 Candidate's Guide click hereElection Calendar at a Glance click here.

      State Board of Elections 2020 Election & Campaign Finance Calendar click here.

For an application to have a ballot mailed to you for the General Primary Election click here.  (Do not return before 12/18/2019.)

 

DO NOT CIRCULATE PETITIONS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 3, 2019.*

Local Petition Information click here.

     County Offices up for nomination are:  Circuit Clerk, State's Attorney and Coroner

               For information and forms click here.

     County Board Member Districts up for nomination for a two-year full term are:  2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 13 and due to a resignation there will be a two-year unexpired term for District 11

               For information and forms click here

               For listing of current County Board Members click here and precincts District is made of click here.

     All Precinct Committeeman are up for election.  For information and forms click here.

 

*Independent and New Party Candidates cannot circulate prior to March 24, 2020, and file July 31 - August 7, 2020.  10% of original signature requirement due to shelter-at-home orders.

      Independent info click here;  New Party info click here.

 

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