Can I register to vote in Indiana?
You can register to vote in Indiana, if you are: 1) 18 years old by the day of the general election; 2) A United States citizen; 3) Have lived in your precinct in Indiana for at least 30 days before the next general election; and 4) You are not currently in prison after conviction of a crime.
I'm turning 18 right before the election. When can I register? When can I vote?
If you are turning 18 before or on the next general election date, you can register. You can vote in both the primary and general election, even if you are not 18 on the primary election date. However, you will not be eligible to vote on public questions decided on the primary election ballot.
Am I already registered at the address where I currently live?
Where can I register to vote?
You can register to vote at your local Voter Registration Office at 501 E Court Ave Jeffersonville, IN 47130 #139 or online at www.indianavoters.in.gov.
Where will I vote?
You can find your polling location by calling the Clark County Voter Registration Office at 812-285-6329 or by going to www.Indianavoters.in.gov
When will I be registered?
Once your voter registration application is received, your county voter registration office will process the application and determine your eligibility. If you are eligible, the office will send you a voter registration card. If you are not eligible, or if the application was incomplete, you will receive a notice requesting the missing information. If you have not received a voter registration card or a notice within 30 days, call the voter registration office.
When must I register to vote?
You can register to vote any time of the year. However, to vote in a primary or general election, you must be registered at least twenty-nine (29) days before that election. Contact the Clark County Voter Registration Office at 812-285-6329 for more information
How do I vote by absentee ballot?