Monday, May 3, 2010

Election & Voter Information

Election Day is coming up this Tuesday, May 4.

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

If you don't know where your polling place is to vote on election day, you can find out by going to this website:

This website, provided by the Indiana Secretary of State, allows you to confirm your voter registration, find out where your polling place is located, and even allows you to see who will be on your ballot.

Indiana law provides three ways for citizens to vote.

1. Voting on election day at your precinct.
2. Voting early at the Harrison County Courthouse in downtown Corydon.
3. Voting absentee via mail.

You can register to vote or update your voter registration information with the form available here. Please note that it is too late to register to vote in the upcoming primary, but you can still register to vote in November's general election. It is also too late to request an absentee ballot.

Additional information on voting in Harrison County is available at the election portion of the Harrison County Clerk's website, which is located here.

The Clerk's website also provides a list of precinct poll locations in Harrison County, directions to those polling locations, and a map of precinct boundaries (in a PDF file).