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Marion County has added eight more early voting locations before election day



Indianapolis, Indiana – Residents of Marion County can select from eight more early voting satellite locations as the 2023 municipal election draws near, allowing them to cast ballots ahead of the big day on November 7.

The Marion County Election Board has stated that those who would like to vote early should schedule visits to the following sites, which are open every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning on Saturday, October 28 and ending on Sunday, November 5.

These locations are:

• Decatur Township Government Center, which is located at 5410 S. High School Road.
• MSD Lawrence Education & Community Center, which is located at 6501 Sunnyside Road.
• Pike Library Branch, which is located at 6525 Zionville Road.
• St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, which is located at 100 W. 86 Street.
• Franklin Township Government Center, which is located at 6231 S. Arlington Avenue.
• Perry Township Government Center, which is located at 4925 Shelby Street.
• Warren Township Government Center, which is located at 501 N. Post Road.
• Thatcher Park Community Center, which is located at 4649 W. Vermont Street.

The Indianapolis City-County Building, which has been providing in-person early voting since October 11, has had its operation hours updated and extended to coincide with the opening of the eight additional satellite polling sites, according to Marion County Clerk Kate Sweeney Bell.

Starting on October 28 and running through November 5, the revised hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays. The address of the City-County Building is 200 E. Washington Street. Voters are requested to enter the Delaware Street facility.

The sole building open on November 6 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. is the City-County Building, where voters can cast their early ballots in person until that day.

On election day, Marion County residents will have 186 options for where to cast their ballots. The Marion County Election Board reports that all polls will be open from six in the morning until six in the evening.

Voters in Indianapolis will have the opportunity to cast ballots in several races, including the mayor’s race and several City-County Council seats.

Regardless of whether citizens are voting early or on election day, they must present a legitimate photo ID in order to participate as a registered voter. is a resource for anyone looking for additional information about voting locations or Election Day. You may also get a list of polling places on Election Day here.



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