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​Early Voting

2016 General Election Early Voting Days & Hours

Early Voting begins Wednesday, October 12, in the Clerk's office located downtown in room W122 of the City-County Building. 

Weekday Hours
Wed., Oct. 12 to Fri., Oct. 14: 8AM to 5PM
Mon., Oct. 17 to Fri., Oct. 21: 8AM to 5PM
Mon., Oct. 24 to Fri., Oct. 28: 8AM to 5PM
Mon., Oct. 31 to Fri., Nov. 4: 8AM to 8PM
Last Day! Monday, Nov. 7: 8AM to NOON
 
Weekend Hours
Sat., Oct. 15 & Sun., Oct. 16: 10AM to 5PM
Sat., Oct. 22 & Sun., Oct. 23: 10AM to 5PM
Sat., Oct. 29 & Sun., Oct. 30: 10AM to 5PM
Sat., Nov. 5 & Sun., Nov. 6: 8AM to 8PM

Parking

Voters can park on the west side, or left side, of Delaware Street directly across from the City-County Building. "Early Voting Only" is prominently displayed on the "No Parking" signs near the spaces along the west side of Delaware Street, between Washington Street and Market Street.  

Additionally, voters can park in the EZ Park surface lot located at 355 E. Pearl St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. Parking is free to early voters as a courtesy of the Marion County Clerk's Office. This open air parking lot is located at the southwest corner of Pearl Street & New Jersey Street directly west of the LaQuinta Inn Hotel and just north of the Indianapolis Heliport. Look for the EZ Park signs to direct you west on Pearl Street from New Jersey Street. Voters who park in the Pearl Street lot for in person early voting will not incur parking fees as a courtesy from the Marion County Clerk’s Office.

Early Voting Location:
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.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Early voting generally begins 28 days before any election, and any voter can come to the Clerk’s Office 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.