Remaining Primary 2020 Voting Options

This coming Tuesday, June 2nd, is election day for the Indiana 2020 Primary! 

In a normal year it's hard to keep track of what's going on with elections and with COVID-19 it has been particularly difficult. If you were unable to vote already, there are options left for you to have your voice heard by casting a ballot! 

You can still 1) vote early in person at Election Central, 2) vote in person on election day at your designated polling location, or 3) turn in your absentee ballot at Election Central. Details for each option are outlined below. 

If you choose to vote in person we ask that you please be respectful for the safety of the workers by wearing a mask and social distancing. The State of Indiana is providing Personal Protective Equipment for poll workers in all counties. Including masks, hand sanitizer, disinfectant for the machines, and more. You can read more here

Protect yourself, protect your community!

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You may still vote in person at Election Central on Monday, June 1st from 8 am until 12 pm (noon). 

Election Central is located at 401 W. 7th Street, Suite 100 in Bloomington.

Indiana Law requires that voters who go to the Polls through early voting or Election Day must present a State or Federally issued ID. If you have any questions about what is considered acceptable ID please visit


Voting hours are from 6 am until 6 pm on Tuesday, June 2nd 2020. 
Due to the pandemic, voting locations have been reduced.


If you did not mail in your absentee ballot you can still drop it off at Election Central! 
Absentee ballots must be received by 12 pm (noon) on election day, June 2nd. 
This is by the clock at Election Central so try to plan to get it there as soon as you can.
Election Central is located at 401 W. 7th Street, Suite 100 in Bloomington.