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NOBLESVILLE (WISH) —  Monday, Oct. 5 is the final day to register to vote in Indiana. There are online, in-person and mail-in options for people who still need to get registered.

The Indiana voter registration application can be found online at the Indiana Voters website. People with a driver’s license or state-issued ID can also quickly register to vote online at IndianaVoters.Gov and be registered within minutes.

Voters can also go in person during business hours on Monday to their county clerk’s office or to the BMV if they’re making a credentialed transaction. If people don’t have a state-issued ID, they can still register using the last 4 digits of their social security number.

The final choice is for voters to mail a registration application to their county clerk’s office or the State of Indiana Election Division, however, it has to be postmarked by Monday, Oct. 5.

Indiana Election Division:

Early voting starts on Tuesday, Oct. 6 in Indiana, and already in Hamilton County, there have been a lot of people taking advantage of this American right, for the first time.

“For our office to hear people call in, be 60 years and have never voted or be 30 years old and never voted it is kind of shocking! But all of a sudden this year we are having that and we are having people who have never voted in their life that want to vote,” said Beth Sheller, the Hamilton County election administrator. “It is one of the most important things you can do and it is so easy. It is so easy to get registered in Indiana and we have all of these options to vote by mail, early vote, there is no excuse not to be able to vote in Indiana.”

You have the right to vote in Indiana if:

Indiana residents have until the end of the business day on Monday if they are registering in-person and until 11:59 p.m. on Monday to register online.

Are you a last-minute person? The clock is ticking for Indiana residents who haven’t completed voter registration yet.

The deadline to register to vote in the May 8 primary election is Monday, April 9 at 11:59 p.m. 

Registration can be done online, in person or by mail. You need to provide verified information including your Indiana driver’s license or identification card number. 

To register online

To register in person or by mail: 

Indiana residents are eligible to vote if the following requirements are met

Eligible voters will receive a “voter registration acknowledgement card” by mail. Contact the county voter registration office if you don’t receive your card within 30 days of completing the registration process. 

You can check your registration status and find polling locations online or by calling 866-IN-1-VOTE (866-461-8683).