How to Vote & Who to Vote For March 19, 2024 Primary

 

How To Vote & Who to Vote For

March 19, 2024 Primary

 

Choose a Republican ballot and vote for Faith, Family & Community to turn Barrington RED

Early In-Person Voting March 4-16th at:
Barrington Hills Village Hall
112 Algonquin Road, Barrington
Confirm your Early Voting Location here

Early In-Person Voting Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday 9 am to 2 pm. Closed Sunday

Vote By Mail: began February 8th. Must be postmarked by Election Day March 19th, but don't wait. Request a Mail-In Ballot no later than 5 days prior to the election here. You may also opt into permanent Vote By Mail.

Vote on Election Day: at your Precinct (See locations by precinct below) 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday March 19th

Candidates (alphabetical order)

US President: Nikki Haley (www.nikkihaley.com) or Donald J Trump (www.donaldjtrump.com)

US Congress:  6th District Niki Conforti (conforti4congress.com), 8th District Mark Rice (www.rice4congress.com)

Delegates & Alternate Delegates: Select the matching Delegates and Alternate Delegates (3 each) that match your Presidential pick even if you've never heard of them as they have committed to representing their respective candidates.

State Representative: 51st Tosi Ufodike (tosiforrep.com), 52nd Martin McLaughlin (www.martyforillinois.com), 54th Michele Hunter (hunterforillinois.com)

Clerk of the Circuit Court: Lupe Aguirre (https://ballotpedia.org/Lupe_Aguirre)

State's Attorney: Lake County Mary Cole (www.maryforlakecounty.com), Cook County Robert W. Fioretti (bob4cook.com)

Judges: If you have any judge candidates on your ballot, please vote for them even if you've never heard of them.

REMEMBER TO TURN YOUR BALLOT OVER! What will my ballot look like? Check here.

*Some precincts may have slightly different ballot choices - many are uncontested so be sure to vote for every position, some are multiple vote positions that allow a vote for more than 1 candidate. Read each category slowly and follow the ballot instructions. If you chose a Repulican party ballot, rest assured every candidate is a reliable pick in the right direction.*

HELP ME: Email [email protected] if you have any questions or need help getting your completed ballot delivered this election. We are here to help! BTRO's phone number with a voice mail box that is managed is (847)

Precinct Voting Locations on Election Day March 19th:

Precincts 1 & 2
Community Church of Barrington
301 E. Lincoln Avenue, Barrington

Precincts 3, 6 & 9
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
647 Dundee Avenue, Barrington

Precincts 4, 8, 10 & 11
Willow Creek Community Church
67 East Algonquin Road, South Barrington

Precinct 5
Thre Presbyterian Church
6 Brinker Road, Barrington

Precinct 7
Barrington Hills Village Hall
112 Algonquin Road, Barrington

Resources:

Find out what's on your specific ballot here

Find out your polling place here

More Voter tools here

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Great turnout this past Saturday January 20th at Campus Life for the conservative community to get updates on the state of education in Illinois by Founder and President of Wirepoints Ted Dabrowski. He shared data backing up his overall opinion of how the state of Illinois is underserving our children's education and insufficiently managing our tax dollars provided to pay for it.

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