The Indiana Primary Election is TOMORROW. Have you made your plan to visit the polls?

The Indiana Primary Election is TOMORROW. Have you made your plan to visit the polls?

Polling places are open 6 AM - 6 PM Central on Tuesday, May 3, 2022.

Check Your Voter Registration Status

Primary elections determine which candidate will represent each political party in November's general election. Vote in tomorrow's primary election to help your favorite candidates advance to November's election. You won't get to vote for them in November if they don't win the primary! 

Election Day Reminders

Verify your polling place before you go

Your polling place might have changed. Visit Indiana Voters to double-check where you should be going. All polling places are open 6 AM - 6 PM on Tuesday, May 3. 

Find Your Polling Place

Learn about your candidates

Visit VOTE411 to view your personal ballot and read candidate profiles, written by the candidate.

Learn About Your Candidates

Don't forget your ID

In the State of Indiana, you need a government issued ID. Your photo ID must display your name, an expiration date (can be current or expired sometime after November 3, 2020), and be issued by the State of Indiana or US government. This can include your driver's license, government issued photo ID, passport, or military ID.

A student ID from an Indiana state school may be used if it meets the above requirements. A student ID from a private institution may not be used. If you are a first time voter who registered by mail, you will need to provide proof of residence with an ID or document that shows your name and current address. 

If you realize you forgot your ID and cannot go get it, you CAN cast a provisional ballot. However, you are required to follow up with the county election board within 10 days after the election to provide necessary documentation. 

Learn More About Voter ID Requirements

Know who to contact if you have a question or concern at your polling place

Staff members at your county election office are ready to help you on election day. If you live in Lake County, the office phone number is 219-755-3795. When in doubt, call the election office; do not give up your right to vote.

The nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline is another helpful resource on election day. Volunteers will be available to answer your questions on election day. 

  • English: 866-OUR-VOTE
  • Spanish: 888-VE-Y-VOTE
  • Arabic: 844-YALLA-US
  • Asian Languages: 888-API-VOTE

Learn More About Your Voter Rights