The registration deadline to vote in the 2020 presidential primary is fast approaching. Monday, April 6 is your last chance to register in Indiana if you plan to vote in the May 5th primary.
If you need to register or change your address, the good news is that it is not too late. You have three different options for registering. The first is to register in-person at the voter registration office located inside the County-City Building.
If you have access to the internet, you can register to vote online, although you will need a valid Indiana driver’s license or state ID. Online voter registration can be accessed at IndianaVoters.in.gov. Lastly, you can mail in a voter registration application.
Anyone registering to vote must meet these basic requirements:
- You must be a United States citizen and resident of Indiana.
- You will be at least 18 years of age on or before the next General or Municipal Election.
- You must have lived in your precinct continuously for at least 30 days before the next election (except for certain military voters).
- You must not be currently imprisoned for a criminal conviction.
Even if you’re already registered, be sure to check your voter registration information online at the Indiana Voters website. Early voting begins in the state after the registration deadline passes.
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