2019 is a municipal
election year in Indiana. Are you registered to vote? If you want to have
your say in the primary election, you must register in the next few days.
register by Monday, April 8 to be able to vote in the primary election on
Tuesday, May 7. Most cities and towns in Indiana will cast votes for mayor,
council, and city ballot questions.
register to vote online by using the Indiana Voters app or by visiting
Voters can submit
an application to register in person at their local county clerk's office.
The Indiana Voters
app also allows Hoosiers to confirm their voter registration, look up their
polling places, get driving directions to their polling location, find out
who's on their ballot, track their absentee ballot applications or
provisional ballot information, and contact local election officials.
In order to be
eligible to register to vote, you must:
-- be a citizen of
the United States,
-- be at least 18
years old on the day of the next general, municipal, or special election,
-- have lived in
your precinct for at least 30 days before the next general, municipal, or
special election (except for certain military voters); and
-- not currently be
imprisoned after being convicted of a crime.
“I encourage all
Hoosiers to exercise their right to vote,” said Indiana Secretary of State
Connie Lawson. “Voting is one of our most precious rights as Americans --
it’s how we make sure our voices are heard in government. Registering only
takes a few minutes and can be done from your smartphone or computer.”
will reopen after the May primary. Hoosiers wishing to take part in the
November 5 general election must be registered by October 7.
questions can call the Hoosier Voter Hotline at 866-IN-1-VOTE.