How to vote in upcoming elections in Indianapolis, IN

Are you registered to vote? Do you know who’s on the ballot? We’re sharing everything you need to know to perform your civic duty.

Exterior of City County Building with the Salesforce tower in background

The City-County Building is just one of the many locations where you can vote.

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The voter registration deadline will be here before you know it (cough, it’s Tues., Oct. 11).

Here are the must-knows about voting locally in the Circle City so you’re prepared for Election Day.

🗓 Important dates

  • Tues., Oct. 11 | Deadline for voter registration
  • Wed., Oct. 12 | In-person early voting opens
  • Thurs., Oct. 27 | Deadline for absentee voting applications (aka vote by mail)
  • Mon., Nov. 7 | Early voting ends
  • Tues., Nov. 8 | Election Day + mail-in ballot receipt deadline

Pro tip: If you’re sending in your ballot, make sure to allow ~14 days for the postal service to deliver it in time.

📍Where to vote early

There are several local organizations and offices that will be open for voters who want to avoid the long lines on Election Day:

Oct. 12-Nov. 7 | Various times

Oct. 29-Nov. 6 | 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

✅ Checklist

Make sure you have these items checked off before you show up to the polls:

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