TITLE 26: ELECTIONS
CHAPTER I: STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS
PART 205 VOTING FOR FEDERAL OFFICES – VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1970
SECTION 205.20 VOTING BY REGISTERED ILLINOIS VOTER FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT ONLY WHO IS OTHERWISE DISQUALIFIED FROM VOTING BECAUSE OF MOVE PRECEDING THE ELECTION
Section 205.20 Voting by Registered Illinois Voter for President and Vice-President Only Who is Otherwise Disqualified From Voting Because of Move Preceding the Election
All persons regularly registered to vote in the State of Illinois who have moved from their election precinct within or without this state during the 30 days prior to the presidential election, may vote in person no later than the last day preceding the election, at the office of the election authority or make application to vote by mail no later than the fifth day preceding the election.
a) The ballot shall include the office of President of the United States and Vice-President of the United States; and
b) The special voter application form to be used by the election authorities proceeding under paragraph 2 of this regulation shall be substantially as follows:
SPECIAL VOTER APPLICATION
(For Use By Registered Illinois Voters Disqualified For Having Moved Outside The Precinct Within The State Or Outside The State On Or After The Thirtieth Day Preceding The Election, To Vote For President And Vice-President Only.)
This form may be used as an absentee or in-person ballot application.
Upon receipt of the absentee voter's ballot, the election authority shall, after the polls close, count and tally the ballots and add them to the total votes cast to be included in the official canvass of votes.