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Election Updates



With all the recent news and uncertainty regarding the coming 2020 elections, we want to help all Hoosiers stay up to date on Indiana election information. 



As key members of our Republican team here in Indiana, we want to make sure you know about the latest election updates -- including that the 2020 primary election has been moved from May 5 to June 2!

In addition to the new June 2 primary date, ANY registered voter can also cast their vote via a mail-in absentee ballot.

Here are a few dates you'll want to mark on your calendar:

Monday, May 4: Voter Registration Deadline

Friday, May 8: End of Pre-Primary Election Campaign Finance Reporting Period

Thursday, May 14: Traveling Boards Begin

Thursday, May 21: Deadline for a Request for an Absentee By-Mail Ballot to Be Received by the Clerk or Board of Elections and Registration 

Tuesday, May 26, 2020: Early Voting Begins In Person

Sunday, May 31: End of Pre-Primary Supplemental Campaign Finance Large Contribution Reporting Period

Monday, June 1: Deadline for Traveling Boards & Noon Deadline for Early Voting

Tuesday, June 2: Primary Day (noon is the deadline to return absentee ballots)

Vote Absentee


All Hoosier voters now have the option of voting absentee.

1. Go to IndianaVoters.in.gov and click “Vote By Mail or Traveling Board.”

2. Click “Visit My Voter Portal,” and securely log in with your name, date of birth and county.

3. On the left navigation bar, select “Absentee Voting,” and then click “Vote By Mail.”

4  Complete the “Application for Absentee Ballot by Mail Only For 2020 Primary Election” form. Select a Republican ballot.

5. Check that you authorize your signature to be added to the application, and the click “Submit Application.”

6. You will get your absentee ballot in the mail.

7. Fill out the ballot and return it to your county election division.


The ballot must be to the election division by Noon on June 2nd, so we recommend sending it in at least 5 days prior. If you have any question, call your county election division and they can walk you through the process. 



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