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2014
2014 Morton Elections - Voter Services

Do you know your polling place? Your polling place is determined by your precinct number and is listed on your Voter Registration Card.

If you need further information on your polling place you can either call the Morton Township office at (309) 266-6445 or the Tazewell County Clerk's office at (309) 477-2267.

Polling Places for Morton Township 2014

Precinct # 2014 Location Address
1
Morton Township Building 300 W. Jefferson, Morton
2
Bethel Lutheran Church 425 N. Missouri, Morton
3
Community United Church of Christ 300 N. Main St., Morton
4
First Baptist Church 900 E. Jefferson St., Morton
5
Freedom Hall 76 349 W. Birchwood, Morton
6
First Mennonite Church 250 S. Baltimore Ave., Morton
7
Eastside Bible Church 1310 W. Jefferson St., Morton
8
First Baptist Church 900 E. Jefferson St., Morton
9
Church of Jesus Christ of LDS 2530 N. Morton Ave., Morton
10
Eastside Bible Church 1310 W. Jefferson St., Morton
11
Bethel Lutheran Church 425 N. Missouri Ave., Morton
12
Grace Evangelical Church (West Ent) 1325 E. Jefferson St., Morton
13
First Mennonite Church 250 S. Baltimore Ave., Morton
14
Trinity Church 1901 S. 4th Ave., Morton
15
Community United Church of Christ 300 N. Main St., Morton
16
Church of Jesus Christ of LDS 2530 N. Morton Ave., Morton
17
Eastside Bible Church 1310 W. Jefferson St., Morton
18
Trinity Church 1901 S. 4th Ave., Morton

 

Who can register to vote?
You can register to vote if you are:

  • A United States Citizen
  • 18 years of age
  • A resident of your present address for 30 days immediately prior to the election.

Deputy registrars are available to register voters daily at the township office. (Hours are 8:30-3:30). Two forms of ID are required to register. At least one of the two forms must show your name & current address.

Your voter registration does not expire unless you move or change your name. Residents
must re-register to vote even if you have just moved across the street.

Election Judges
If you would like to serve as an election judge, please call the County Cleark at (309) 477.2267.

Election judges receive training and are compensated from $105-$130/day. Extra election day duties pay additional fees.

Services
Morton Township provides the following services:

  • Voter registration
  • Absentee applications
  • Notary Public (no fee)
  • Serves as a polling place
Contact Us

Office hours are 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Mon-Fri
Located at
: 300 W. Jefferson, Morton, IL 61550
Phone : (309) 266-6445