What You Need to Know to Vote in the 2024 Primary Election

Marion County voters: Explore your voting options. Find out when you can vote and what you need to bring with you. Learn more about voter registration, absentee and early voting, and polling locations. And get answers to your frequently asked questions.

Election Dates and Deadlines

These are the key dates and deadlines for the 2024 Primary Election:

●  April 8: Voter Registration ends

●  April 9: Early Voting opens

●  April 25: Absentee Voting Applications due

●  May 5: Early Voting at satellite sites ends at 6:00 p.m.

●  May 6: Early Voting ends at the City-County Building at 12:00 p.m.

●  May 7: Election Day, polls open 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. All mail ballots are due at an Election Board site by 6:00 p.m.

Early Voting

Early Voting at the Indianapolis City-County Building opens on Tuesday, April 9, and ends on Monday, May 6. Additional Early Voting satellite locations are open April 27–May 5. All voters wishing to vote early must be registered, and bring a valid photo ID. Click below to learn more or find your Early Voting location

Vote by Mail

Voters who meet certain conditions will be able to vote by mail.

To vote by mail in the 2023 Primary Election, you must complete and return an application by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, April 25. Once you receive your absentee ballot, it must be marked, signed, and returned by 6:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, May 7 to be counted. To return your ballot, you can mail it back in, or hand deliver it to the Marion County Election Board office at 200 E. Washington St. (W-144), Indianapolis, IN 46204 or the Election Service Center at 3737 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46201. You may also deliver it to any polling location during Early Voting or Election Day.

Please note: If you have a defective or spoiled ballot, please call the Election Board office at 317-327-2051. You will also need to download this form to properly surrender your ballot and request a replacement.

In-Person Voting

Registered Marion County voters can cast their ballot at any IndyVOTES center. A full list of locations is TBA.

See Who’s on Your Ballot

You can see your sample ballot and learn about candidates on the Marion County Election Board’s Voter Information Portal (VIP) or the Secretary of State’s website, Indianavoters.in.gov.

Voter Registration

The deadline to register to vote or update your records is April 8 for the 2024 Primary Election. Voters may check their status and find other important information by visiting Indianavoters.in.gov.

Find A Vote Center: Vote at any IndyVOTES Location

Marion County voters can cast their ballot at any of the Vote Centers in the county, shown on the map below. For best search results, please include your full address including zip code. A full list of voting locations is TBA. You can also watch a short video on how our voting technology works.

For best search results, please include your full address including zip code, in the search bar below.

Where to Vote Early

IndyVOTES technology allows Marion County voters flexibility on where they cast their ballot. Early Voting is available at the Indianapolis City-County Building from April 9 to May 6. Additional Early Voting satellite sites will open on Saturday, April 27 and close Sunday, May 5. A full list of Early Voting sites is TBA.

Where to Vote from April 9 to May 6:

Where to Vote from April 27 to May 5:
A full list of Early Voting Sites is TBA.

View additional IndyVOTES Center locations

Final voting locations for the 2024 Primary Election is TBA, but a full list of all Vote Centers in Marion County is available to view and download here.

Voting safeguards

Learn about some of the measures Marion County is taking to ensure IndyVOTES securely.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to the most common questions about registration, absentee voting, early voting, Election Day, and more.