Early Voting
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​Early Voting

​Early voting generally begins 28 days before any election, and any voter can come to the Clerk’s Office or satellite locations to cast their ballot before Election Day. You do not need a reason to vote early, but you must have a valid, photo ID issued by the state of Indiana or federal government (Indiana Photo ID Laws).

When you arrive at an early voting location, you will be asked to complete an application to vote absentee. (Any person casting a vote before Election Day is considered an absentee voter under Indiana law since your ballot won’t be counted until Election Day.) After you present your ID and your application is approved, you will be handed a ballot to complete on site. You then seal your ballot in a security envelope and it is safely stored until it’s counted on Election Day.

 

EARLY VOTING LOCATION FOR 2014 GENERAL ELECTION:
Marion County Clerk's Office
City-County Building
200 E. Washington St., W122
Indianapolis, IN 46204

*​Voters will have easy access to the Clerk’s office if they use the Delaware Street entrance to the City-County Building. The office is located on the first floor of the west wing of the building.

 

EARLY VOTING WEEKDAY HOURS FOR 2014 GENERAL ELECTION:

Early voting hours have not been established for November's election. Please check back later this fall.