Now that early voting is available statewide, I want to urge you to create a plan to vote. Whether you choose to vote early, like I have, or if you’re more traditional and choose to vote on Election Day, it’s important to make a plan.
Making a plan to vote is easier than ever before. As part of our Voter Guide, you can easily make a plan and schedule helpful reminders. Our Make a Plan to Vote tool takes the guess work and stress out of planning to vote with a few simple clicks. We hope you find it as useful as we do!
More importantly, it’s vital for you to vote and have your voice heard this election. Illinois students need a high-quality education to have a fair shot at prosperity. In order for us adults to live up to that promise, we need legislators who put the well-being of all children ahead of politics.
We also need people to vote for candidates who will make the best interests of students their top priority in this election. Check out our Voter Guide for helpful info about staying involved in the campaign, then Make a Plan to Vote!
Join education advocates across the state by planning to vote for education champions in the upcoming Primary Election.
Make your voice heard and your vote count in this election. Remember, at Stand for Children we show up, we speak up, we reach out, and we vote.