Election Day: What you need to know

Here are a few things you’ll need to know for Indiana’s primary election on June 2, 2020.

The polls are open 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Visit Indianavoters.in.gov to review your ballot and to find your polling location.

If you live in Elkhart County, you may vote at any vote center. Click here for voting locations in Elkhart County.

Voters can call 1-866-461-8683 (toll free) for individual assistance through Election Day. This is also the number you call if you need to notify the Election Day Response Team of any issues.

The Indiana Secretary of State wants to remind all voters:

  • You cannot bring election materials inside a polling location.
  • You cannot wear items into a polling location supporting or opposing a candidate or issue.
  • You cannot comment on another voter’s support of a candidate or issue inside of a polling location.
  • You are required to bring a photo ID. [More info]

Indiana Voter Fraud and Accessibility Grievance affidavit form.

Click here for information on absentee voting in Indiana.

See more election coverage from ABC57 News here.

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