The 2020 Primary Election voter registeration deadline was May 4, 2020.
Register to vote for the November General Election at https://indianavoters.in.gov/ using a valid Indiana driver’s license or ID card.
WHAT TO DO
First, you complete an absentee ballot application by May 21, 2020. You can do this in one of three ways:
NEW as of April 28, go paperless! Apply for an absentee ballot application completely online! Here's how:
-Log on to www.indianavoters.com .
- Click “Vote by Mail or Travel Board” then “Visit My Voter Portal”.
- Choose if you want two step login authentication.
- Fill in your info and go to the next page.
- On a phone, click on the three horizontal lines in the upper left corner. On a laptop or desktop, look to the far left.
- Click "Absentee Voting" then "Vote by Mail".
- Fill out the form and submit, or
Print an application from this link: https://www.in.gov/sos/elections/2402.htm , or
Call the Indiana Election Division to request an application: (317) 232-3939 .
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Next submit application by May 21, 2020, in one of four ways:
Watch for your ballot in the mail, complete, and return to the Cass County Clerk's Office. Ballots must arrive in the Cass County Clerk's office by 12 pm on June 2, 2020, so mail early!
To find out more about voting by mail, click the blue button:
To be announced.
PRIMARY ELECTION DAY IN-PERSON VOTING
June 2, 6 am - 6 pm
GENERAL ELECTION DAY IN-PERSON VOTING
Nov 3, 6 am – 6 pm
If you're unsure where to vote, visit https://indianavoters.in.gov/ .
Do you have a complaint about your polling place's accessibility limitations or are you concerned about fraudulent activities on Election Day? A toll-free phone line now exists to make your voice heard. We need your help to identify areas needing assistance so the issues can be resolved prior to the General Election in November.
The Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) requires at least one accessible voting machine be placed in each polling place in addition to making the facility physically accessible. The Secretary of State and Indiana Election Division have been working with county election administrators to make these changes and upgrade polling places as of the 2006 Primary Election. All polling locations in the State of Indiana should be compliant.
The toll-free number is: 866-IN1-VOTE (866-461-8683). HAVA staff will be on hand to answer the calls from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM EDT on Election Day and 8:00-4:30 on regular business days.
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