INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is urging eligible state residents to register to vote or to update their registrations for the upcoming primary election by April 9.
She says people may register at county voter registration offices, county clerk's offices or Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branches.
New Indiana voters or those who've moved or changed names since the last election must update registrations by April 9.
People can also mail in registration forms as long as their postmarked by April 9. If they have a current Indiana driver's license or BMV identification card, they also can register online at http://www.indianavoters.com . Registration forms can be downloaded at the website.
April 9 also marks the start of early absentee voting.
The primary election will be held May 8.
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