September 18, 2020 1:15pm
How to vote in Indiana’s 2020 General Election
Indiana’s 2020 General Election includes races for the U.S. House, Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, the General Assembly, and local offices. Greater Louisville encompasses a 15-county bi-state region, which includes the Southern Indiana counties of Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington. GLI encourages all members of our regional business community to fully engage in the electoral process. Here’s what you need to know to vote in Indiana’s 2020 General Election.
- Indiana made several changes to its voting procedures for its 2020 primary election, including expansion of absentee-by-mail voting, but the November 2020 is expected to more closely follow standard state election procedures. Some voters may be eligible to vote absentee, which includes a mail option. Early voting will also be made available in addition to election day voting.
- General Election voter registration deadline: October 5, 2020 (REGISTER TO VOTE HERE)
- Early voting begins: October 6, 2020 (READ MORE ABOUT EARLY VOTING HERE)
- Absentee ballot request deadline: October 22, 2020 (CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT)
- Election Day: November 3, 2020
- Indiana state law requires voters to present a government-issued photo ID to cast a ballot in-person. Read more about these requirements here.