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Posted on: February 11, 2021

Consolidated Municipal Election Takes Place on Tuesday, April 6

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Registered Wheaton voters can vote to select their Election District representative on the City Council during the April 6, 2021 Consolidated General Election. This election will also include Park District Board and School Board positions.

Wheaton residents live in one of the four election districts: North, South, East or West. Each district elects one member to the City Council to represent their portion of the city. To find your Election District, see the Wheaton Election Districts map (PDF)

The DuPage County Clerk’s Office has listed the following candidates for Wheaton City Council on its Unofficial Candidate List (PDF)

Councilman North District

  • Scott A. Brown

Councilman South District

  • Bill Nieman
  • Mark Yetsky
  • Scott D. Weller

Councilman East District

  • Michael Francis Barbier

Councilman West District

  • Lynn A. Robbins

Voter Registration Information
 
You must register by March 9 in order to vote in the election at your regular polling place. Following the close of registration, "Grace Period" Registration and Voting will begin March 10 at the DuPage County Election Division and will also be available at Early Voting locations beginning March 22. Voters that register during Grace Period Registration must vote at the time of registration.

Visit one of the voter registration locations throughout DuPage County or visit the DuPage County website to check your voter information, check your eligibility to register, register online, or print a voter registration application to submit by mail.

In-Person Early Voting
 
In-person early voting by paper ballots begins Thursday, Feb. 25 at the Jack T. Knuepfer Administration Building located at 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton. Additional early voting locations and in-person early voting by touchscreen will begin Monday, March 22. For in-person early voting hours and a list of additional voting locations visit the DuPage County website

Vote by Mail
 
Visit the DuPage County website to request a Vote by Mail Ballot

Eligible DuPage County registered voters may Vote by Mail beginning Feb. 25.  To be valid, a completed Vote by Mail ballot must be postmarked earlier but not later than midnight on April 6. If voting using the Vote by Mail option, please remember to sign and date your envelope before mailing it back to the DuPage County Election Commission.

Election Day Polling Places
 
Visit www.dupageco.org/voterlookup to find the site of your polling place. The Check Your Election Information tool can be used to view election information by name, address or district.

For more information about the upcoming consolidated municipal election, please visit the DuPage County website.

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