How To Vote In Indiana 2020

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hey Indiana if you wanna vote the

November presidential elections first

you need to register you can check if

you're already registered using the link

in the description if you still need to

register you can do that online if you

have a valid Indiana driver's license or

state ID if you don't have one say

you're a suna from another state or you

just don't drive you need to print out a

form and mail it in like with a stamp

which I get is kind of a hassle but it's

important so do it anyway both the links

to the online registration and the

printable form will be in the

description either when you register you

got to do it by October 5th to vote in

the November election okay so once

you're registered you have a few options

for how you can vote voting absentee by

mail is available in a few cases for

example if you'll be out of state on

Election Day you have a disability that

prevents you from going to the polls or

you have a religious holiday or a work

shift that lasts the entire 12 hours if

the polls are open if any of those apply

to you you can request about by printing

out the form in the link below mailing

it if you have to request your ballot by

October 24th and fill it out and return

it before November 3rd you can also vote

early in-person from October 6th or

November 2nd at your local County

Election Board office or other early

voting locations in your county there's

a link in the description where you can

find the locations and hours for your

county if you're gonna vote on November

3rd polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

and you can figure out where you should

go vote using the link in the

description depending on your county

you'll either be assigned to one

specific location or you'll get to

choose whichever voting center in your

County works best for you but that

website will show you which locations

are available where you live when you go

to vote you'll need to bring an ID

issued by the state of Indiana that has

your name a photo of you an expiration

date that shows it is valid or that it

expired after November 6 2018 in most

cases that's a driver's license passport

state ID but an ID from a public college

or university in Indiana is also okay as

long as it has those three things on it

if you want to see everything that's

gonna be on the ballot ahead of time you

can go to the same link where you looked

up your polling place to see a sample

ballot don't panic if you see like a

bunch of things on there you haven't

heard about you don't need to vote for

everything on the ballot for its account

but the local elections are pretty

important so looking up your sample

ballot gives you a chance to research

the candidates for your local elections

ahead of time you can even print out

your sample ballot or take a screenshot

and bring it to the polls with you so

you can remember how you want to book

and one last thing if you're gonna vote

take a second right now to open up your

Notes app or grab a pen and paper and

make a plan write down the when and how

you're gonna register what time you're

gonna vote how you're gonna get there

what ID you're gonna use even who you're

gonna bring to the polls with you having

a plan is a great way to make sure that

nothing unexpected stops you from voting

on November 3rd all the links you need

to check your registration in polling

location will be in the description

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