2022 Midterm Election is TOMORROW

Here’s How Hoosiers Can Prepare Themselves 

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana voters have until Tuesday, Nov. 8 to make their voices heard in the 2022 midterm election.

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. Absentee and mail-in ballots must also be received by tomorrow. If you’re unsure of whether your ballot will be received by that time, Common Cause Indiana recommends voters submit it in-person. Voters will be able to turn them in at their county election official’s office or in Marion County at any vote center.

“Time and time again, Hoosiers head to the ballot box to make our voices heard,” said Julia Vaughn, Common Cause Indiana’s executive director. “Early, absentee, and mail-in voting improves access for voters who are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day and guarantees every eligible voice is counted.” 

Hoosiers who will be voting on Election Day can find their local polling place here. Voters currently need a voter ID to cast a ballot.

Common Cause Indiana also reminds voters to use the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline, 866-OUR-VOTE, if they have any questions or encounter any challenges with casting a ballot on or before Election Day.

“Hoosiers have a plethora of choices about how to cast their ballots,” Vaughn said. “Whether it be by mail, early in-person or in-person on election day, voters have the opportunity to choose who is there to represent them locally, in Indianapolis and in Washington, D.C.”


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