Why did the District map change?

The Illinois House of Representatives, alongside the State Senate, forms the legislative branch of our state government. Together with the governor, it works to create laws and establish a state budget. The Illinois House is divided into 118 legislative districts, and each district’s elected representative provides a voice for their respective constituents. Jack Vrett is ready to be that fresh voice for the 53rd District! 

Last year, the 118 district boundaries were redrawn as part of the post-census redistricting process.  Beginning January 1, 2023, the newly re-drawn Illinois 53rd House District will include all or parts of the communities of Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Mount Prospect, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, and Schaumburg.  You can see if you you reside in the newly redrawn District below. 

Where and how can I vote?

The 2022 general election will take place on Tuesday, November 8.  To find your polling location, click here.  Early voting begins on October 24, 2022.  Voters who prefer to vote by mail should a request a mail-in ballot from the Cook County Clerk.  Mail-in ballots will be sent to voters after September 29, 2022.

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Can I vote by mail?

Registered voters can vote by mail.  To request a vote by mail ballot, go to the Cook County Clerk's website.

Any registered suburban Cook County voter may request a mail ballot using the Cook County Clerk's online application. Once the County Clerk verifies your registration and processes your application, the Clerk will send a paper ballot to the mailing address you designate in your application. The deadline to apply is five days before an election.

To complete an online mail ballot application, you will need:

  • your driver’s license or state identification number;

  • the last four digits of your Social Security Number;

  • the address where you would like your ballot mailed; and

  • an email address