Prospective voters should bring two pieces of identification to register, including one displaying a current address (a bill mailed to the prospective voter may serve as one form of ID).
To qualify to vote, a person must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years old by Election Day and a resident of his or her precinct for at least 30 days prior to the election.
The Cook County Clerk's office will send a voter identification card to each voter after the applications are processed. The card lists each voter's precinct information and voting districts.
Those who miss the regular registration deadline will still be able to vote if they register during the grace period from February 19 - March 15, 2014. During grace period registration, voters must sign up to vote in person
at any of the Cook County Clerk's six courthouse locations. You must show two pieces of identification to register. The closest Cook County Clerk courthouse location to South Holland is: 16501 S. Kedzie, Markham, IL 60426
Grace period voters must vote absentee immediately after signing up to vote or via a mail absentee ballot completed at home and returned to the Clerk's office before Election Day. Grace period registrants are not allowed to vote at the polls on Election Day or vote at any Early Voting site.
For more information:
Visit the Cook County Clerk Elections website