NewsPublic Affairs / April 10, 2020

Here's How To Make Sure You're Ready To Vote By Mail In Indiana's Primary Election



Starting in March, concerns about the new coronavirus began causing states across the country to think differently about how to hold their primary elections. Indiana was no different.

Gov. Eric Holcomb officially pushed the state's primary back to June 2 and online voter registration is now open until May 4.

And now, any Hoosier who wants to vote by mail can do so.

Here are the steps you need to take to make sure you're ready — and eligible — to vote by mail in this year's Indiana primary election.

Register to vote, check your registration and see who's on your ballot here.


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