While removing inaccurate voter list information is required by federal law, this work was formerly done almost entirely at the county level and not all county voter registration offices had the funding to do this work on a regular basis.To ensure that voter list maintenance work was done uniformly throughout Indiana by all counties, Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson asked the General Assembly to fund a comprehensive statewide voter list maintenance program.If no results are found or you have questions about your registration, please call the board of elections at 632-7000.If you are unable to locate your voter registration information but think you are registered to vote and you have not moved outside of your county of prior registration, you may be eligible to cast a provisional ballot during in-person absentee voting period at an appropriate early voting location or the county board of elections, or on Election Day at the correct polling place for your current address that may be counted.If you moved to the state of and are looking for information on ID and vehicle form updates, see this article for more information If you are an Indiana resident and have changed addresses or plan to do so in the near future, you must have the address information updated on your license, vehicle registration and title certificate.You are also required to notify your insurance provider of your new address.
In 2014, Indiana began its latest effort to keep the voter registration lists accurate.
Mike Pence, who also is the Republican vice-presidential nominee, of allowing voter suppression after state police raided the offices of a voter registration program aimed at signing up African Americans.
Patriot Majority USA will place the ads on black-oriented radio stations and in print and online with black newspapers throughout the state starting Saturday, said the group’s director, Craig Varoga.
We encourage you to check your registration status by contacting your local county board of elections.
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