Voting Locations

You can vote early at any Voting Center beginning October 6th. You can find the Early Voting Locations for your county here:

Voters can vote at any polling place open on Election Day, November 3, 2020 from 6am – 6pm. The 2020 Election Polling locations can be found here:

For assistance finding your voting location, or any other questions, call our office at 317-926-1660.


Politicking and Voter Intimidation

When you arrive at the Voting Center, you’ll likely be greeted by volunteers politicking for the favorite candidate. Once you enter the polling place, no politicking should take place. It’s okay to bring literature into the polling location, but please do not leave it in the voting booth. You must take it with you when you leave.

Remember your rights about politicking: It’s illegal to intimidate voters and a federal crime to “intimidate, threaten, [or] coerce … any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of [that] other person to vote or to vote as he may choose.”

Examples of voter intimidation:

  • Aggressively questioning voters about their citizenship, criminal record, or other qualifications to vote.
  • Falsely representing oneself as an elections official.
  • Displaying false or misleading signs about voter fraud and related criminal penalties.
  • Other forms of harassment, particularly harassment targeting non-English speakers and voters of color.
  • Spreading false information about voter requirements.
    • You do not need to speak English to vote, in any state.
    • You do not need to pass a test to vote, in any state.
    • Some states do not require voters to present photo identification.


If you are experiencing voter intimidation, call 1-866-OUR-VOTE or 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)