The County Clerk is responsible for conducting all elections within Christian County including all Federal, State, County, City, School, Township, Village, Park and Library Districts as well as some Fire Districts. Some of the functions we conduct prior to an election, during an election, and after an election are:
Election Judge Training
Deputy Registrar Training
Am I Registered to Vote? What is My Precinct?
- Registration Lookup
- Registration Requirements (how to get registered)
- Illinois Online Voter Registration Application Website
- Voter Registration Application
- Christian County Polling Places
- Absentee Voting Requirements
- Absentee Voting Application
- Early Voting
- Grace Period Registration and Voting
- Election Dates (2018 – 2041)
- Current and Historic Election Results Archive
- 2018-11-06 General Election Information
- 2019-04-02 Consolidated Election Information
- 2020-03-17 General Primary Election Information
- Pana Precinct and Ward Map
- South Fork Precinct and Ward Map
- Taylorville Precinct and Ward Map
- Taylorville Precinct/Ward Map with Representative Districts
- Taylorville-May-Stonington Representative Districts Map
- South Fork Precinct Map with Representative Districts
- South Fork Precinct 1 Map for Polling Places
- County Board Districts Map
Next Election Events:
The lottery is held within nine days following the last day to file petitions. Petitions filed in person at 8:00 AM on the first filing day or at the normal opening hour of such day, and petitions filed by mail and received in the first mail delivery of the first filing day, are included in the lottery drawing to determine the first ballot position. All other petitions, besides ones filed in the last hour of the filing deadline, are placed on the ballot in the order they are filed. Two or more petitions filed within the last hour of the filing deadline (between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM on the last filing day) shall be deemed filed simultaneously and are included in the lottery drawing to determine the final ballot position. (10 ILCS 5/7-12(6), 8-9, 10-6.2)
FILINGS REQUIRING A LOTTERY
Simultaneous filings of candidate nominating petitions for the same office occur for those candidates in line at 8:00 AM (or whenever the opening hour of the business may be; for example, if the office opens at 9:00 AM, all candidates in line as of 9:00 AM are in the lottery) or for petitions received after midnight of the first day for filing in the first U.S. Postal Service delivery of that day, on the first day of filing. Simultaneous filings can also occur during the last day of filing during the last hour of the filing deadline between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM. The lottery system to be used by the State Board of Elections, the election authority or the local election official to break ties resulting from such simultaneous filings must be approved by the State Board of Elections.
UPDATE – December 3, 2019
As of the end of the petition filing period on December 2, 2019, at 5:00pm, there were no simultaneous filings either at the beginning or end of the filing period as described above.
First day for any registered voter within the boundaries of the U.S. to make application by mail or in person to the Election Authority for an official ballot (90 days prior to primary).
Source: Illinois State Board of Elections Calendar at a Glance 2020
Last day for the election authority to receive application for vote by mail ballot from any registered voter.