You can vote by mail in the state of Indiana if you meet certain qualifications. For instance, you are eligible to vote by mail in the state of Indiana if you reasonably expect to be absent from your county during voting hours on Election Day, if you will be working during voting hours on Election Day, if you have a disability, or if you are over sixty-five (65) years of age. You can also vote by mail if you have official election duties outside of your precinct, if you are confined due to injury or illness, if you are caring for another person who is confined due to injury or illness, if you will be unable to vote due to the observance of a religious holiday, or if you are a participant in the state’s address confidentiality program.
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