(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – If you plan on voting in the November 8 general election in Indiana, you must register by Tuesday, October 11.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White says Indiana residents with a valid drivers license or state ID card number can register or verify their voter registration online at www.IndianaVoters.com.
“It is our goal to streamline the voting process, and www.IndianaVoters.com is a useful, one-stop shop for Indiana voters,” White said. “We recently optimized the site to give Hoosiers easy access to valuable voting resources in just a few clicks from any smart phone.”
In addition to registering on the site, voters can also find the location of their voting precinct and see a sample ballot.
“I’m thrilled that Indiana voters will again have access to ‘Who’s On Your Ballot?’” White said in a news release. “It’s our hope that Hoosiers across the state will use this tool to research who their candidates are.”
The information for the sample ballots is compiled by the Secretary of State’s office from county clerks in all 92 Indiana counties.
People can also register to vote the old-fashioned way by visiting their county clerk’s office or local Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch on or before October 11.
Early voting with absentee ballots begins Monday, October 10.