NewsPublic Affairs / May 2, 2019

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site To Serve As Polling Place

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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site President and CEO, Charles Hyde - Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site President and CEO, Charles Hyde

Taylor Bennett/WFYI

The Indianapolis City-County Council last year approved designating Marion County as a vote center county, and that means local residents can now vote at any polling place. For the first time ever, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site -- in the Old Northside historic district  -- will serve as one of those locations. 

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site President and CEO, Charles Hyde about this unique voting opportunity.

Primary Election voting at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, and elsewhere around Indiana, is Tuesday, May 7.

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