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Voting Information

On this page you can find information on the upcoming April 4, 2023 Consolidated Election for Kane County 

The Sugar Grove Library does not endorse any candidate but believes in providing a resource so that our patrons can make an informed decision.  

Meet the Candidates 3/18/2023 recording Link

Where can I Vote Early? 

Sugar Grove Public Library Early Voting:

  • Monday, Mar. 20, through Thursday, Mar. 23, 12 to 5pm
  • Monday, Mar. 27, through Thursday, Mar. 30, 12 to 6pm

Nearby polling place for early voting:  

Where Can I Vote on April 4th Election Day? 

Nearby election day polling places 6am to 7pm April 4, 2023: 

  • Sugar Grove Township Community Bldg., 141 Main St, Sugar Grove 
  • Cheshire Club, 15 Winthrop New Rd, Sugar Grove

Kane County Elections - click to lookup polling place

  1. Enter your last name, your house number and street name.
  2. The results will show your closest early voting location as well as your election day voting location.
  3. To see your ballot, click on Sample Ballot, and you can then print out the PDF pages that appear.  

Please note: The Library is not a polling place on Tuesday April 4th. The Library only offers early voting.

Who's on the Ballot? 


Handout listing candidates that affect Sugar Grove voters


Proposition Question that impacts Sugar Grove Voters:

(Sugar Grove Public Library) 


Proposition to Increase Limiting Rate  


Shall the limiting rate under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for the Sugar Grove Public Library District, Kane County, Illinois, be increased by an additional amount equal to 0.147% above the limiting rate for library purposes for levy year 2021 and be equal to 0.271% of the equalized assessed value of the taxable property therein for levy year 2023?



(1)   The approximate amount of taxes extendable at the most recently extended limiting rate is $690,107, and the approximate amount of taxes extendable if the proposition is approved is $1,508,217.

(2)   For the 2023 levy year the approximate amount of the additional tax extendable against property containing a single family residence and having a fair market value at the time of the referendum of $100,000 is estimated to be $49.

(3)   If the proposition is approved, the aggregate extension for 2023 will be determined by the limiting rate set forth in the proposition, rather than the otherwise applicable limiting rate calculated under the provisions of the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (commonly known as the Property Tax Cap Law).


“After a nine-year hiatus, the Sugar Grove Library District is asking voters to approve more money for operations. But, it says, the property tax rate, now 27.1 cents per $100 of equalized assessed valuation, would not go up. That's because, in 2024, the library will pay off a 2004 loan to construct a new building. When that happens, the property tax levied for debt (14.7 cents) will drop off property tax bills. The district is asking residents to tack that on to the operations tax rate, currently 12.4 cents, to raise the operations rate limit to 27.1 cents.” 

– “In Kane and DuPage counties, ballot questions involve new schools, libraries and police station,” Daily Herald, March 6, 2023

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Proposition Question that impacts Sugar Grove Voters:

(Kaneland 302) 

Proposition to Issue $57,500,000 School Building Bonds

Shall the Board of Education of Kaneland Community Unit

School District Number 302, Kane and DeKalb Counties,

Illinois, build and equip an addition to and alter, repair and

equip the Kaneland High School Building, including but not

limited to the repair and replacement of infrastructure and

mechanical systems and the renovation of learning

environments; build and equip a stadium facility on the high

school campus site; improve the high school campus site;

develop an expanded secure vestibule and a new entrance at

said high school building; and issue its bonds to the amount of

$57,500,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?


“Kaneland Unit School District 302 would like to borrow $57.5 million for construction, repairs and renovation at Kaneland High School in Maple Park. The proposed projects include building a new sports stadium with an artificial turf field and an expanded track, plus replacing roofs, boilers, air handlers, air ducts, water heaters, air conditioning, chillers, plumbing fixtures and maintenance facilities.If approved, the owner of a $280,000 house with a homestead exemption would pay about $244 more in taxes in 2024, the first year of debt repayment.” 

–– “In Kane and DuPage counties, ballot questions involve new schools, libraries and police station,” Daily Herald, March 6, 2023 

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