Indiana residents can register to vote online by visiting Indiana's Voter Portal.
You must have a valid Indiana driver’s license or Indiana state-issued identification card to use this tool to submit a new voter registration application or to update an existing voter registration record.
In addition to registering to vote online, the Voter Portal provides the ability to validate voter registration status, find polling place location, look into provisional ballot status information, find county contact information, and determine “Who's on The Ballot?” for an upcoming election.
Printable forms (in English and Spanish)
Refer to the box below for information about ID requirements.
"Federal mail-in voter registration forms ask for party affiliation and the voter’s ethnicity, though are not required fields and are not recorded in the statewide voter registration system for Indiana voter registration purposes." (Indiana Voter Registration Guidebook)
If you have moved or changed your name, you can update your voter registration information on the Voter Portal.
The Registrar of Voters in each town maintains the voter rolls. To remove someone from a voter roll, you can contact the local Registrar of Voters.
For address information for your county office, see the second page of the following form.
For online voter registration, a a valid Indiana Driver's License or Indiana State Identification Card is required.
You can provide your 10-digit Indiana issued driver’s license number or the last 4 digits of your social security number on the Indiana Voter Registration Application.
If you do not have a driver's license or a SSN, you can check off None on the voter registration application.
You are not required to provide an ID when registering to vote, but a photo ID is required when voting.
Acceptable forms of ID include driver's license, passport, military ID or picture ID from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
If one cannot present an acceptable ID at time of voting, they would cast provisional ballot. If you cast a provisional ballot, you have until noon 10 days after the election to follow up with the county election board and either provide the necessary documentation or affirm one of the law’s exemptions applies to you. Exemptions do exist for the indigent, those with a religious objection to being photographed, and those living in state-licensed facilities that serve as their precinct's polling place.
The law requires the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to issue an Indiana State ID Card for free.
Temporary ID cards from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles are acceptable for voting.
BMV contact information:
Customer Contact Center: 888-692-6841
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (EST)
In-person absentee voting is available for 28-days before the election, ending a noon (local prevailing time), the date before the election.
All Indiana counties must make in-person absentee voting available the two Saturdays immediately before the election.
Check with county for dates, times, and locations.
Voting by mail in Indiana is only available to voters with specific reason.
To vote absentee by mail, a voter must first complete an ABS-Mail application before each election and the application must be received by election officials 12 days before the election. A voter can complete and submit the ABS-Mail application online at the Voter Portal at indianavoters.in.gov
Voters must have a reason to request an absentee vote-by-mail ballot:
Search for polling place and hours under Find My Polling Location at indianavoters.in.gov
Polling place hours typically 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
All polling locations in the State of Indiana should be compliant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) .
Poll workers will assist them throughout the voting process, voters that require assistance or are experiencing mobility issues. A voter may designate a relative or friend to assist them at the polling place. If the voter requests assistance but does not designate someone else to help them, two poll workers (one from each political party) will be available to assist. Those assisting a voter must complete the Affidavit of Voter Assistance at the Polls, available at the polling station, before entering the voting booth.
If you are uncomfortable receiving assistance at the polls, you may request an absentee ballot from your local county clerk's office.
The toll free number is: 866-IN1-VOTE (866-461-8683). HAVA staff will be on hand to answer the calls from 6:00AM to 7:00PM EDT on Election Day, and 8:00AM to 4:30PM on normal business days.
Offices/Measures That May Appear on the Ballot
|Federal (even years)||
President/Vice-President (elected every four years; next election in 2024)
Senator (elected every six years for staggered terms; next election in 2024)
Representative (elected every two years)
|State (even years)||
Governor/Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Comptroller, Attorney General, Judges of Probate (elected every four years; next election in 2024)
State Senator (elected every two years)
State Representative (elected every two years)
Statewide ballot measures
|Municipal (odd years)||
School Board and other boards and commissions
Mayor or First Selectman
Registrar of Voters
Aldermen or Selectmen
Local ballot measures
All polling locations in the State of Indiana should be compliant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA).
The toll-free number is: 866-IN1-VOTE (866-461-8683). HAVA staff will be on hand to answer the calls from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM EDT on Election Day
and 8:00-4:30 on regular business days.
The campaign finance database contains detailed financial records of contributions received and expenditures made and debts owed that campaigns and committees are required by Indiana law to disclose. In the database, you can view contribution and expense records from Indiana statewide candidates, PAC, regular party, legislative caucus, and exploratory committees.
1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)
1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual assistance)
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