You must complete a voter registration form and deliver or mail it to your county’s clerk and/or voter registration office, or to the Indiana Election Division of the Indiana Secretary of State’s office. You also can register to vote at all Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices and public assistance offices. The Indiana Voter Registration Form is available online for you to print and deliver or mail to your county’s voter registration office, or to the Indiana Election Division.
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