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It’s nearly Election Day in Indiana and here’s what you need to know as you head to the polls:

You must be registered, Indiana residents can check whether they are registered and eligible to vote here. You can also call your county board of elections.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m on Tuesday. You can go to or call your county election office to find your poll location.

To vote in person, you’ll need to provide proof of identity and address. The ways to do that include:

  • Show a government-issued photo ID at the polls, which could include an Indiana driver license, an Indiana photo ID card, a passport of military ID.
  • Students who attend state schools could use their school IDs if they display a photo, name and an expiration date. IDs issued by private schools don’t meet the requirements.
For more Dos and & Donts’ for Indiana’s Primary Election Day, click here.

Indiana Primary Election: What You Need To Know  was originally published on

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