Voting in Indiana is a relatively easy process as long as you know the basics. The first step is to register to vote
. Once you've registered to vote, you'll be ready to use the following information to answer any questions you have about voting in Indiana.
Indiana Voting InformationThe polls will be open on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., and you must arrive at your polling location between those times in order to vote. To be eligible to vote, you must show some form of personal identification. The most common form of personal identification used is a driver's license, though other forms of identification are acceptable as long as they display your full name, include a picture of you, have an expiration date that has not passed, and are issued by either the state of Indiana or the U.S. government.
Where to Vote in Indiana
All Indiana residents, regardless of county of residence, can now find their precinct and polling location online through the Indiana Statewide Voter Registration System
. Simply enter your county of residence, first and last names, and date of birth into the system, and it will tell you where to go to vote on Election Day.
Indiana Absentee Voting
If you are unable to make it to the polls to vote on Election Day, then you'll want to make sure and apply for an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots are awarded for a number of reasons and allow the voter to either vote at a voting machine within 29 days before the election or to vote by paper ballot through mail. Interested individuals can see the requirements for absentee voting as well as print an application for Indiana absentee voting through the Indiana Secretary of State's website