First, you have to register! If you have not already, see the indianavoters.com link below and click "Apply Now" under "Register to Vote".
There are three ways to vote in the general election on November 3rd
1) Vote by Mail / Absentee-by-mail
2) Early Voting / Absentee-in-person
3) Election Day Voting
We have all the information you need on each type of voting and links to other resources below. Contact us if you have any questions about voting! We're here to help.
If you want information on who is on your ballot or to confirm voting sites, please visit
If you elect to vote by mail and meet the requirements for the November election, your form must be submitted by October 22. We suggest that you send in your application to vote by mail as soon as possible and send it back as soon as possible to ensure your vote is counted.
If you do not receive your ballot in time or at all, you can still vote in person on election day or at an early voting site, but you need to fill out a form. Ask the poll workers for help in doing this, and let them know that you requested an absentee ballot.
For more information on voting by mail / absentee-by-mail, visit the link below.
Early voting or absentee-in-person voting is available to every registered voter on election day. You can begin early voting in Indiana on Tuesday, October 6th, until Monday, November 2nd.
For information on early voting sites, use the link below. Click on "Find Your Polling Place" under "Polling Locations" and enter your information on the left side or your county and precinct on the right side.
Although we recommend you vote early by mail or in person early voting this year, you can of course also vote on November 3rd, Election Day.
For information on the voting locations on Election Day, use the link below. Click on "Find Your Polling Place" under "Polling Locations" and enter your information on the left side or your county and precinct on the right side. You can check out our map of all the Election Day sites above.