Early Voting
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​Early Voting


Weekend voting is here. Why wait when you can vote today.

Early Voting begins Tuesday, October 6 in the Clerk's office located downtown in room W122 of the City-County Building. 

Weekday Hours

Tuesday, October 6 through Friday, October 30                                   8AM to 5PM

 Weekend Hours

Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11                                       10AM  to 5PM 

Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18                                       10AM to 5PM

Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25                                       10AM to 5PM

Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1                                      10AM to 5PM

Final Day of Early Voting

Monday, November 2                                                                                               8AM to NOON

We encourage you to 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.
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 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.