Monday, April 8, 2013
The Will County Clerk's website reveals the details of early votes cast for the 2013 April Consolidated Elections.
Between March 25th and the end of day on April 4, the Will County Clerk's website shows a total of 4,047 voters cast a ballot for the April 9 Consolidated Election. In the Village of New Lenox, a total of 95 votes were cast at Village Hall, and 24 residents voted at the New Lenox Township Office. The numbers exclude votes cast on Friday and Saturday. In addition, 507 ballots from residents throughout the county were cast in-person at the Will County Clerk's Office, and 3,371 were cast with local clerks throughout the county. To review the early voting totals county-wide, visit the Will County County Clerk's page here. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Friday, November 9, 2012
The president captured his home state in Tuesday's election, but how did he fare in New Lenox precincts?
If New Lenox residents had their way, Tuesday night would have been all about the newly-elected President Mitt Romney. However, President Barack Obama got the nod nationwide. The total number of votes cast in all 20 precincts came out in favor of Mitt Romney, who garnered 10,591 ballots compared to 6,969 for Obama, according to data released by the Will County Clerk's Office. Except for Precinct No. 1, voters in New Lenox coverwhelmingly favored Romney. READ: The Race for President—How Illinois Voted In fact, Obama's win in Precinct No.1 was miniscule. The vote total there was 373 for Obama and 371 for Romney. The biggest vote getter for Romney was Precinct No. 7 where Republican ballots out-numbered Democrats by slightly more than 2-to-1…
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Whether in-person or online, voting opportunities within the Village of New Lenox or at the Will County Clerk's Office are accessible.
As the November presidential election nears, make sure you're registered to vote. The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 6 election is Tuesday, Oct. 9. To register, you'll need two forms of valid ID, such as a driver's license, utility bill, library card or other forms of identification. So, where can you register? Any of the local places below, and also at the Will County Clerk's office, 302 N. Chicago St. in Joliet. Here's the local list: Will County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots said nearly 376, 300 people in Will County are registered and eligible to vote in the Nov. 6 election. To find where you vote and who's on your ballot, go to the County Clerk's precinct finder. You can also read Patch's coverage to get a rundown of who filed …