Sangamon County Polling Places


All polling places are open from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Any voter standing in line at 7:00 p.m. shall be allowed to vote.

All polling places within Sangamon County are accessible.

Our polling places are consistently reviewed to be assured that they remain accessible. If you believe your polling place is not accessible, please contact our office at 753-8683 or by e-mail so we may re-evaluate the location.

Any disabled or elderly voter who cannot enter a polling place may request to vote outside (near the entrance) of his/her polling place. Please fill out the on-line form and then contact the election office at (217) 753-8683 for further instruction. Such requests must be made with the County Election Office by the close of business on the day before the election. The County Election Office will then notify the appropriate election judges of the names of those persons making such a request. Alternatively, a physically incapacitated voter may choose to vote by mail ballot through the mail. For more information on voting by mail see Absentee Voting Information.

All polling places will be equipped with at least one accessible voting booth. These booths are designed to accommodate voters in wheelchairs.

Polling Place Place Accessibility Survey
Click here to request the Polling Place Place Accessibility Survey

Survey Instructions:

To complete this survey, you may either:

  1. Print the survey (in PDF format), complete it and return to:
    Sangamon County Election Office
    200 S. 9th Street, Room 105
    Springfield, IL 62701

    or if you are unable to print this survey

  2. Complete the online request form and our office and will be happy to mail a survey to you.

Where Do I Vote?
Every registered voter in Sangamon County has one specific location (polling place) where they must go to cast their ballot on Election Day. The name of your polling place is located on your Voter Identification Card. If you have misplaced your card, please call our office for a replacement at 753-6740, e-mail or alternatively, you may apply on-line for a replacement voter identification card. You may also find your polling place on-line by completing our Where Do I Vote? form.

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