Hinckley, Illinois is a small village located in DeKalb County, Squaw Grove Township. It is a rural area with a population of around 2,800 people, per the most recent census. The village has an area of 1.8 square miles and its elevation is 757 feet. The majority of the residents are of White ethnicity (95%), followed by Hispanic (2%) and Black (0.7%).
Voting in Hinckley takes place at the Hinckley Community Building. Polling stations open at 6 am on election day and close at 7 pm local time; citizens also have an option to cast their ballots early or via mail prior to election day. In order to vote in Hinckley one must be registered as a voter according to state guidelines before being allowed to cast their ballot on election day or by mail. Hinckley voters will need to bring valid photo ID when voting either at the polling station or through absentee ballot so that their identity can be verified before casting their vote.
Where can I vote in Hinckley, IL?
Hinckley Community Building – 120 Maple St, Hinckley, IL