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Early Voting Underway Throughout Indiana

Tuesday, Oct. 6, marked the beginning of early voting in Vanderburgh County and throughout the Hoosier State.

Posted: Oct 6, 2020 9:57 AM
Updated: Oct 6, 2020 12:18 PM

As of Tuesday, Oct. 6, Indiana voters can utilize a process called in-person absentee voting, commonly referred to as 'early voting'.

A lengthy line formed on Tuesday in Evansville outside of the Old National Events Plaza, which was announced in mid-September as an alternative early voting location to the Election Office in the Civic Center due to COVID-19 concerns.

For a full list of early voting locations in Vanderburgh County, click here.

Those not in the Vanderburgh County area can locate their nearest early voting location here.

For more information on voting in Indiana, such as deadlines, sample ballots, and mail-in voting information, click here.

Early voting ends on Monday, Nov. 2 - the day before Election Day.

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