Voting booths begin traveling throughout Rock Island County this week, giving residents more ways to cast early ballots in the 2018 general election.
Between Monday, Oct. 22, and Friday, Nov. 2nd, more than two dozen mobile voting sites will pop up throughout the county. Each site will be open for one day.
Here's where to find them:
Voters in Rock Island County can also cast their ballots early at the Rock Island County Clerk's office (1504 3rd Ave., Rock Island) through Monday, Nov. 5. Four additional early voting sites are available to Rock Island County residents through Friday, Nov. 2: the Moline Public Library, the Milan Municipal Building, Western Illinois University Quad Cities campus, and Silvis City Hall. Hours vary, so visit the Rock Island County Clerk's early voting webpage for more information.
Those who wish to vote by mail also still have time to fill out ballots: according to Rock Island County Clerk Karen Kinney, mail-in ballots will be counted as long as they are postmarked by Election Day on Nov. 6th.