Frequently Asked Questions - Election Board - Register to Vote

FAQs - Election Board - Register to Vote

In Indiana, you must be at least 18 years of age on or before the date of the general, municipal, or special election; a U.S Citizen and a resident of a precinct for at least 30 days before the election.

 

Voter Registration ends on the 29th day before the primary, general, municipal or special election.  If the 29th day falls on the Columbus Day state holiday, the voter registration deadline is extended to the following day.

You can check your voter registration status at indianavoters.in.gov or call Voter Registration at 260-449-7154

Yes.  You must be a naturally born or fully naturalized U.S. Citizen to register to vote.

A 17 year old who will be 18 on or before the date of the general election may register to vote.

Use the Federal Post Card Application. (FPCA)  More information about registering to vote while overseas or in the military is available in this guide.

Election Board

Contact Info

1 E Main, Suite 172,
Fort Wayne IN 46802

M-F 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

(260) 449-7329 (phone)
(260) 449-7908 (fax)
Email: Election Board

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Election Board Members:
Christopher M. Nancarrow
Thomas A. Hardin
Timothy M. Pape