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Indiana Voting Guide

Welcome to FindLaw's Indiana Voter Guide. This page provides election information, particularly about eligibility to vote, voter registration and registration deadlines, mail-in and in-person voting, special accommodations, and what you can do if you see illegal activity at the polls.

Am I eligible to vote in Indiana?

To vote in Indiana elections, you must be:

  • A citizen of the United States
  • An Indiana resident who has lived in the precinct where you intend to vote for at least 30 days
  • At least 18 years of age on Election Day

Indiana residents in prison for the commission of a crime cannot exercise their right to vote. Those either on probation, parole, or who have fully completed their sentence can again exercise their right to vote and cast a ballot.


Where Do I Vote?

The Indiana Secretary of State's office offers an easy way to find polling places in the state. On Election Day, polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

How To Register in Indiana

There are several ways to register to vote in Indiana. This includes registering:

In Person

You can apply at locations such as your county's voter registration office, county clerk's office, or public assistance office.


Complete online registration on Indiana's voting website.

At the DMV

Register at a Bureau of Motor Vehicles office if you're doing business there, such as obtaining a driver's license.

By Mail

You can download the National Mail Voter Registration Form through the United States Election Assistance Commission. After filling out the form, sign it and send it to your state or local election office.

Indiana Voting Resources

Your vote counts. Take the time to learn how and when to vote.


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