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Monday Is Indiana Primary Voter Registration Deadline

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Monday Is Indiana Primary Voter Registration Deadline - Brandon Smith

Monday Is Indiana Primary Voter Registration Deadline

Brandon Smith

Monday is the last day for Hoosiers to register to vote in the June 2 primary election.

Registration is available online at People can also check their registration there, as well as apply for an absentee mail-in ballot and look at who’s on their primary ballot.

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The registration deadline is at the end of the day Monday. Hoosiers must apply for a vote-by-mail ballot by May 21. And those mail-in ballots must get to the county election administrator by noon on Election Day, June 2.

The state is allowing in-person voting for the primary. That will begin May 26 and run through Election Day.

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