People who still want to vote in the upcoming March 15 primary elections but have not registered to vote, may participate in grace period voting, which begins on Wednesday.
Grace period voting is for those who did not meet the Tuesday voter registration deadline.
People can go to the clerk’s office and register to vote, but must vote at that time, under grace period voting.
Among the elections on the primary ballot are presidential hopefuls looking to gain delegates for their party’s nomination, a handful of congressional races, and those vying to be a U.S. Senator from Illinois. There also are a handful of county board primary elections in St. Clair and Madison counties.