The 2013 spring election is just around the corner. Learn about the candidates running for various offices, and stay up on key voting information.
Bookmark this page and return for updates leading up to April 9.
- Oak Lawn Village Board
- Oak Lawn Park District
- Oak Lawn Library
- Ridgeland Dist. 122
- Oak Lawn-Hometown School Dist. 123
- Community High School Dist. 218
- Oak Lawn Community High School 229
- Moraine Valley Community College Board
- Worth Township Board
- Early voting: Registered voters can begin casting ballots for the 2013 spring election on Monday, March 25.
- Early voting hours: Registered voters in the Oak Lawn-area can vote at Oak Lawn Village Hall, 9466 S. Raymond Ave. from March 25 through April 6. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Village Hall will be open on Easter Sunday (March 31) for early voting, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Cook County: To see your sample ballot, check if you are registered and find your designated polling location, go to the Cook County Clerk's website and enter your address.
Cook County Clerk David Orr's office also will be fielding calls from voters now and until the polls close Tuesday, April 9. The Clerk's Office provides the following phone numbers:
- Election information, polling place location and other voter services (automated directory), 312-603-0906
- Voter verification, 312-603-0239
- Election information (Spanish), 312-603-6767
- Election information (Chinese), 312-603-6769
- Election information (Polish), 312-603-6770
- Disabled voters (hospitalized voters, curbside voting), 312-603-0929
- TDD (hearing impaired), 312-603-0902
Information about the above services also can be obtained by visiting the Cook County Clerk's website. The clerk's website also will be tracking suburban races after the polls close at 7 p.m. April 9.
Report Vote Fraud:
To report voter fraud and other irregularities during early voting or on election day, call the Cook County Clerk's office at 312-603-0236.