What sort of identification do I have to provide in order to vote in the state of Indiana?

If you are voting in person in the state of Indiana, you must provide photo ID that shows your picture, lists your name as the identical named listed on your voter registration record, is current or has expired since the last general election, and is issued by the state or federal government. If you are voting by mail, you do not have to provide identification.

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