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Voting in Indiana's 2020 Primary Election

Indiana's primary, which had been scheduled for May 5th, has been rescheduled to June 2nd.  Read more to learn about how you can vote by mail, where to go on election day, and more.

Would you prefer to vote by mail rather than in-person this year?  Good news!  For the upcoming primary, you can choose to vote by mail without having to give a specific reason.  And now, requesting a mail-in ballot is even easier – you can just send a message to the Pulaski County Clerk's office on Facebook.

To request an absentee mail-in ballot, you can visit the Pulaski County Clerks Office's Facebook page and send them a message.  You will need to provide your name, address, phone number, and date of birth, and state whether you want a Republican or a Democratic primary ballot.

If you'd like to request a ballot via normal method, you can still do that, too.  Forms are available on the IN.gov voter portal; you can also go straight to the form here [PDF].   Mail your completed form to Pulaski Co. Circuit Court Clerk, 112 E. Main Street, Room 230 Winamac, IN 46996-1394.  Watch our how-to video to see how this works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qDOuQ1VtdM

Requests for mail-in ballots must be received by the end of the day on May 21st.  Learn more about absentee and mail-in voting at https://www.in.gov/sos/elections/2402.htm

If you have not yet registered to vote, you'll need to do that before requesting a ballot.  Visit https://indianavoters.in.gov/.  Signing up is easy and only takes a few steps.  You can also update and confirm the status of your registration on this site.  To vote in the primary, you must register by May 4th.

If you choose to vote in person on June 2nd, you'll be able to do that at any one of the county’s vote centers: