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Election Day Voting Checklist

If you haven’t taken advantage of early voting, you can still vote on Election Day (May 7). Here’s a handy checklist of questions to make sure that you don’t miss your chance to vote.

  1. Am I registered to vote? Check your registration here (click the CHECK VOTING STATUS tab). If you’re not registered, you can do it online at the same link (go to the REGISTER TO VOTE tab), so that you’ll be eligible to vote in November.

  2. Where is my polling place? Again, go to the Indiana Voters page, and click the VOTING LOCATION tab. If you’re unsure where the location is, click on the Get Directions button and you can look at the map.

  3. Who’s on the ballot? You can find information about all of Hamilton County’s Democratic candidates here.

  4. What time will I vote? Polls are open from 6am to 6pm. Will you go before work, at lunchtime, or later in the day?

  5. How will I get to the polls? If you don’t have your own transportation, consider carpooling with a friend, calling an Uber, or walking (if the location is close to your home).

  6. What do I need to bring? Bring a valid state or federal ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, that includes your photo.

  7. What should I not bring? Leave your candidate t-shirts, hats, etc. at home. You will be asked to cover up or remove any campaign’s clothing, signs, or literature.

  8. What do I do if I have a problem at the polls? Ask to speak with the polling place’s inspector and the Democratic judge. They will be able to resolve your issue or direct you about what you need to do next.

Voting is the single most powerful thing you can do to ensure that your voice is heard and that our democracy is preserved. Thank you!

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