Kankakee County Clerk Issues New Voter Identification Cards for Upcoming Election


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Kankakee, IL – Kankakee County Clerk, Dan Hendrickson, has distributed updated identification cards to registered voters ahead of the upcoming election. 

“If you do not receive a voter’s card in the mail and believe that you are registered to vote you should contact our office,” said Hendrickson Friday.

The new cards, featuring the American flag, provide information on revised voting locations throughout Kankakee County. Residents are urged to review their cards to ensure accurate registration and note any changes in their designated voting site. Incorrect information should be corrected within seven days, while cards for previous residents should be returned to the office. 

For more details, contact the County Clerk’s office at 937-2990 or visit their location at 189 East Court St., Kankakee, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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