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Locations for early voting in Marion County



Indianapolis, Indiana – In Indiana, early voting begins on Tuesday in preparation for the primary election later this month.

All eligible voters are encouraged to cast their ballots early for the May 2 primary. Voters will need to provide a legitimate photo ID in order to cast an early ballot.

In order to locate an early voting location, residents who reside outside of Marion County should go to

Where to Vote Early: April 4 – May 1:

• Indianapolis City-County Building

Where to Vote Early: April 22 – April 30:

• Decatur Township Government Center
• Franklin Township Government Center
• MSD Lawrence Education & Community Center
• Perry Township Government Center
• Pike Library Branch
• St. Luke’s United Methodist Church
• Thatcher Park Community Center
• Warren Township Government Center

Are you unsure of the candidates? Visit the Secretary of State’s website or the voter information portal of the Marion County Election Board to view the ballot and discover more about the candidates.

Although the registration deadline for the May 2 primary election has passed, there is still plenty of time to register to vote in the general election on November 7.

What you need to register:

• Valid Indiana driver’s license or state ID card
• U.S. citizenship
• Be at least 18 years old on or before 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
• Not currently imprisoned after being convicted of a crime

To register online and learn more, go to

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