INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana residents who want to exercise their right to vote and make their voice heard in the November election must register by tomorrow.
In order to register to vote in Indiana, you must:
- Be a U.S. citizen and Indiana resident
- Be at least 18 years or older by November 8
- Not be in prison after being convicted of a crime
- Live in the precinct where you will vote for at least 30 days before the election
It is very simple to register. You can do it online at indianavoters.com or you can register at your county clerk office. You will receive a postcard in the mail confirming your registration a few weeks later.
Once you register, all you need to do to vote is show up at your precinct with a government-issued photo ID such as your driver’s license, photo ID card, military ID or passport.
There is a lot at stake in this election, including the presidential race, the gubernatorial race, a U.S. Senate race, and numerous other contests. You can find out everyone who will be on your ballot here.
Registered voters can begin casting early ballots in-person on Wednesday at county offices. They can also mail in absentee ballots, which are available from county election offices.
Completed mail-in ballots must be returned to county officials by October 31.