Citizen frustration with their government has never been higher. Grassroots efforts have sprung up across the nation to demand change or hold incumbent elected officials accountable.
If November 2, 2010 is to be the benchmark date for a renewed representative government voters must turnout in numbers for an election that normally they do not.
The first step is to register to vote. The deadline is this Tuesday, October 5, 2010. Eligible voters may register to vote at the following locations: City, Village and Township Clerks, most area banks, Kishwaukee College and Northern Illinois University, Public Libraries, Secretary of State Driver’s License Facility and Republican and Democratic Party Representatives.
Candidates for 16th Circuit judge, county state’s attorney, county clerk and recorder and 14th U.S. Congressional District representative each presented their case to voters at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown DeKalb. The event, moderated by Sue Johnson, was sponsored by the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce and included meet-and-greet sessions before and after candidates took the stage.
About 130 people were in the Egyptian Theatre seats. WLBK AM 1360 broadcast the event over the radio. Many in attendance were active supporters of their candidates but several indicated they were there to make up their minds who they were voting for. Read more →
Available Voting Options for the November 2, 2010 Elections
Sharon Holmes, DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder, wishes to inform voters of the available options for the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.
Option #1 – ABSENTEE VOTING
Option #2 – EARLY VOTING
Option #3 – GRACE PERIOD VOTING
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