Nearly 4.5 million Hoosiers are registered to cast their votes this Tuesday in Indiana’s Primary Election. Whether voting in person or by mail, offers important information for the election on June 2.

Those who requested absentee ballots must return them to the county clerk’s office no later than noon on Tuesday. Completed ballots should be addressed to the local election board listed on or within the ballot.

Early voting ends noon on Monday, June 1. To vote early, Hoosiers must go to locations listed at There, Hoosiers can find hours and contact information for local county clerks’ offices.

On Election Day, voting centers are designated by county, township and precinct. To find your local polling center and hours, visit and click on “Find Your Polling Place.” Voters must bring an accepted photo ID with them, like an Indiana driver’s license or photo ID card, Military ID or U.S. Passport. If there are questions about what type of ID to bring, more information is available through the Indiana Secretary of State at

When voting, be sure to follow social distancing protocols and minimize direct contact between other voters and workers. Poll centers are equipped with protective gear, cleaning products, masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and disinfectant to wipe down voting machines.

While Indiana is addressing the health and economic effects of the virus, protective measures are in place for Hoosiers to participate this election safely and securely.