Indiana Voter Resources

1. Check online to see if you’re registered to vote in Indiana:
Lookup Indiana Voter Registration

2. If you ARE already registered to vote skip to Step 3
If you ARE NOT yet registered to vote, Get registered before October 11 so you can vote in November.
To register for voting in the State of Indiana:

OR

    • Download and print a voter registration form using this link:
      Download and Print this Registration form
    • Complete and mail the form before October 11 to the following address:
      Indiana Election Division
      302 West Washington St., Room E204
      Indianapolis, IN 46204

3. Consider absentee voting before election day
Unexpected things come up. Lines can be long. Don’t take chances.
If You Want to Vote Early: Any voter is eligible to vote early by casting an in-person absentee ballot. Early voting begins 29 days before an election and ends on the day prior to the election. Contact your County Election Board for information on early voting locations and times.
Use this link to find your County Election Board contact information: Indiana County Boards Contact Information

If You Want to Vote Absentee: In order to cast an absentee ballot by mail, an absentee voter must have a specific, reasonable expectation that you will be absent from the county on Election Day during the entire 12 hours that the polls are open (6 am until 6 pm);
Use the following link to obtain an absentee ballot:
Download Indiana Absentee Ballot Application

4. Be An Informed Voter:
We won’t presume to tell you how to vote. We’re confident you will make the right choices if you get yourself informed. So much is at stake for LGBTQ Americans this year. The 2016 election will be critical for protecting the progress we’ve made on equality and for continued progression toward equality. So don’t stop at just the presidential race. Find out who is on the right side of our issues in your state and in your local community and support those candidates.
As information becomes available from HRC and other sources we will post it here for you to use as a resource:

HRC on Donald Trump: //www.hrc.org/DumpTrump
HRC on Hillary Clinton: //www.hrc.org/hrc
HRC on Indiana Issues:  //www.hrc.org/local-issues/indiana

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