You can vote by mail in the next primary election in Indiana

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INDIANAPOLIS (WEHT) The Indiana Election Commission is moving forward with the Governor’s request to push back the state’s primary election

The postponed date of June 2 was approved during a virtual meeting Wednesday morning.

If you are a registered voter or become one by May 4, you will be able to vote by mail this primary. For more information on how to do so, click here.

These changes were adopted so voters and poll workers can stay safe as the state works to get COVID-19 under control.

Another Election Commission meeting is scheduled in April to discuss what will happen with the state party conventions. 

At this point, in person polls are still planned to be available but every registered voter can now vote by mail. 

To absentee vote in Vanderburgh County, you must call 812-435-5123.

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(This story was originally published on March 25, 2020)

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