INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Indiana primary is June 2. State officials made the decision to move Indiana’s original primary date from May to June due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now, as a way to make voting in the primary easier and safer for Hoosiers, the Indiana Secretary of State’s office has introduced an online application to request an absentee ballot.
Prior to this move, Hoosiers were only able to ask for an absentee ballot via fax, mail or email.
“We’re facing an unusual situation in this year’s primary, and I am committed to making sure all Indiana voters can vote with security and convenience,” said Secretary Lawson.
In order to vote in Indiana’s June 2 primary, Hoosiers have to be registered by May 4.
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