Election Information and Voter Registration
The Village of Carpentersville elects its officials in independent,
at-large elections that are held in April of odd numbered years.
Primaries and general elections, for national or state offices, are held
The next scheduled election is the General Election.
March 18th, 2014 Primary Election Results
For Election Information/Results, please visit the
Kane County Website.:
Any questions, please contact the Village Clerk's office at
Village residents can register to vote at the Village Clerk's Office
located in the Village Hall Monday thru Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
To register, residents must be 18 years or older, a United States
citizen, and have lived in the Village for at least 30 days. Applicants
must provide two forms of identification; one must be a photo id and one must show your current
address. Naturalized citizens registering to vote must provide the name
of the court, city and state, and date of naturalization.
Remember if you have moved or changed your name, you must re-register
to be eligible to vote.
You may also download an application from the Kane County Clerk's
website and mail the completed form to the County Clerk's office.
A new law was signed effective January 1, 2014 that states "a person
who is 17 years old on the date of a primary election and who is
otherwise qualified to vote, is qualified to vote at that primary,
including voting an absentee, grace period, or early voting with respect
to that primary, if that person will be 18 years old on the date of the
immediately following general election". If you are 17 years old and you
will turn 18 before the November General Election then you are eligible
to vote in the Primary Election as a 17 year old. However, you must meet
the Voter Registration Requirements indicated under Voter Registration
on this page.
Any questions, please contact the Village Clerk's Office at