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Due to postal concerns, the LWV of Indiana recommends mailing your Absentee Ballot by October 20.


Update: On September 29th, U.S. Southern Indiana District Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled that Absentee Ballots postmarked by November 3 must be counted if received by November 13th. (see Order)

On October 6, Judge Barker issued a temporary hold on the order pending review by the 7th District.  (see Temporary Stay Order)

Since legal challenges to this ruling are continuing, the LWV Indiana recommends that you obtain and mail your Absentee Ballot as far in advance as you can.

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Virtual Candidate Forums

 

During this time of the pandemic, the League of Women Voters of Indiana, in cooperation with local libraries and local leagues, sponsored several virtual candidate forums.

 

View the debate in your district:

 

Indiana 5th Congressional Candidate Forum

Candidates included Christina Hale (D) and Victoria Spartz (R)

Recorded September 28, 2020

Watch

 

Indiana Senate District 30 and House Districts 37, 39 and 88 Candidate Forum

Recorded, Tuesday, September 22, 2020.

Watch

 

Indiana Senate District 20 and House Districts 24, 29 and 32 Candidate Forum

Recorded, Monday, September 21, 2020

Watch










Hamilton County Commissioner District 3 and Hamilton County Council At Large Candidate Forum

Recorded Monday, September 14, 2020

Watch


Hamilton County Auditor, Surveyor and Treasurer Candidate Forum

Recorded, Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Watch



Visit the Indiana state website IndianaVoter.com to:

 

Register to vote (online) 

Print a voter registration form 

Make sure you are registered to vote 

Find your polling place 

Request an absentee ballot

Find your county election board and voter registration office

 

More Indiana voter information

 

 

Government Links



 




Helpful Publications


ACLU Yes! You Can Vote Campaign
Get more information about who can vote in Indiana from the ACLU including information about recently naturalized citizens, incarceration and transgender voting rights.

Case For Voter Registration Modernization
White Paper from the Brennan Center for Justice

Engaging New Voters
White paper from NonProfit Vote

Voter Engagement White Paper Action Plan
White paper from Opportunity Youth United

Voter Laws Roundup 2020
Visit the Brennan Center for Justice


US Commission on Civil Rights Voting in 2018




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Need personalized voter information?






Click to visit the award winning voter information website
sponsored by the LWV

(Disponible en Español)