2020 General Election: Voting Information

The 2020 General Election in Indiana is November 3, 2020. Absentee Voting by Mail is available to voters who submit an application by October 21, 2020.


If you are unable to vote by mail, please contact the Hamilton County Election Office to discuss alternatives and still vote safely!


For more information on the COVID-19 pandemic please visit the Indiana State Department of Health.


Hamilton County Election Office
1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: 317-776-8476
Fax: 317-776-8218
Email


Hamilton County Board of Voter Registration
1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 13
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: 317-776-9632
Fax: 317-770-8877
Email


Will you be a part of our team’s efforts and remind your friends and family of important deadlines?

Make your voice heard!

Step 1: Register

If you’re already registered, double-check that your information is correct at Indiana’s Voter Portal. If you recently moved, make sure your address information is up to date!

Register to vote online at http://www.indianavoters.com/

Register to vote by mail or in-person by completing this form:

The deadline to register and be eligible to vote in the 2020 general election is Monday October 5, 2020. If registering by mail, please make sure your voter registration form is sent to the Hamilton Co. Board of Voter Registration!

Step 2: Request your Ballot

 

The deadline to request your absentee ballot for the 2020 general election is October 21, 2020. Please make sure your ballot request is sent to the Hamilton County Election Office!

You may also now do the absentee ballot request fully online at Indiana’s Voter Portal. Just follow the instructions after clicking “Apply Online”.

Step 3: Cast your vote!

If you receive your ballot in the mail, make sure to read over all instructions carefully.

Then we finally get to the fun part: Vote for candidates who you believe in! Aimee is ready to fight for you in the Hoosier legislature and does not take any vote for granted. Aimee believes in a future where:

  • Public schools are well funded, teachers aren’t underpaid, and students aren’t over-tested.
  • Common sense gun reforms keep our communities and our children safe.
  • Women’s healthcare and reproductive freedom are guaranteed.
  • Anti-hate crime legislation protects all Hoosiers.
  • Hoosiers have access to quality affordable healthcare and medications.

Step 4: Submit your Ballot

If you vote by mail, make sure your ballot is sealed and signed properly according to the instructions you receive with your ballot. Mail your ballot back in the envelope provided to you (postage is prepaid).

The deadline for your absentee ballot for the 2020 general election to be received is on election day Tuesday, November 3 by NOON. Please make sure to mail your ballot in advance to ensure your voice is heard!

You can view the status of your ballot application and ballot itself at Indiana’s Voter Portal. Select “Check Your Registration Record” and fill in your information. In the portal there is an “Absentee Ballot Information” section where you can see:

  • When your absentee ballot application was received.
  • When your absentee ballot was sent to you.
  • When your returned absentee ballot was received.

Vote Early In-Person:

If you did not request an absentee ballot or need to cast your vote in-person, take advantage of early voting locations throughout Hamilton County to avoid long lines and keep yourself and others safe.

Locations:

  • Billericay Park Building, 12690 Promise Road, Fishers
  • Fishers City Hall, One Municipal Drive, Fishers
  • Judicial Center – One Hamilton County Square, Noblesville
  • Hamilton County Fairgrounds Annex Building – 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville
  • Coxhall Mansion, 11669 Towne Road, Carmel
  • Mercy Road Church, 2381 Pointe Parkway, Carmel
  • Westfield City Hall, 130 Penn Street, Westfield
  • Westfield Public Safety Building, 17535 Dartown Road, Westfield

Times: TBA

General Election Day:

Polls will be open on Tuesday, November 3rd from 6am to 6pm. You must vote at your precincts voting location. Visit Indiana’s Voter Portal to find your specific polling location.

If you vote in-person, early or on election day, remember to bring your ID (Indiana Driver’s License, Indiana State ID, U.S. Passport, or U.S. Military ID)