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You can register to vote in Indiana, if you are:
For more information visit your Voter Registration Office
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You may register to vote by applying at a variety of places:
For more information, or to register online
If you move out of the county, your registration record may not be automatically cancelled.
Please contact our Voter Registration Office to request that your registration be cancelled.
You can call our office at 574-235-9520 or check online
Anytime you move, or change your mailing address, you will need to update your voter registration record.
For more information, please contact our office at 574-235-9521. You can also register online
Simply draw a map on the voter registration application indicating where you live (where you usually spend the night) and list a mailing address within your county that can be use to mail your notification that you are registered.
If you are turning 18 before the next general election date, you can register. You can vote in both the primary and general election, even if you are not 18 on the primary election date.
However, you will not be eligible to vote on school board members, political party precinct committeemen or political party state convention delegates elected at the primary election.
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No, unless you are registering to vote for the first time in your county by returning a registration form through the mail. If you register using the mail, you can include a photocopy of:
Whatever document you present must have your name and address printed on the ID.
Certain voters, such as military voters, are exempt from this requirement.
It depends on where you moved.
Please contact the Voter Registration Office at 574-235-9521 to discuss your particular situation.
The voter identification number is your Indiana driver’s license number as issued by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. If you do not have an Indiana driver’s license, then you must provide the last four digits of your social security number.
You can call your county Voter Registration Office to find a vote center near you or visit the Vote Center Map.