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NOTICE TO THOSE FILLING GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT VACANCIES

 

Until the Indiana Government Center reopens to the public, please call the Indiana Election Division at 317-232-3939 and press 0 to make arrangements to file the require ballot vacancy forms.

 

For those wishing to fill a ballot vacancy for State Representative or State Senator, please contact the following offices with questions about filing the required statement of economic interest:

 

For State Representative – Clerk of the Indiana House of Representative, (317) 232-9974

 

For State Senator – Secretary of the Indiana State Senate, (317) 232-9421


 

 

2020 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY
 

2020 GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES
 

2020 PRIMARY ELECTION CANDIDATES

2019 MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS

2019 MUNICIPAL ELECTION LOCATIONS

2019 MUNICIPAL PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

2019 MUNICIPAL PRIMARY LOCATIONS

2018 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

2018 GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES

2018 PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

2018 PRIMARY ELECTION CANDIDATES

2018 CANDIDATE INFORMATION

2016 GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS

2016 PRIMARY ELECTION RETURNS

PAST ELECTION RESULTS

Election Alerts

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

2019 ABSENTEE APPLICATION DEADLINE CHANGE:

Beginning with the November 5, 2019 municipal election or any special election held on that date, a county election board must receive an application to receive an absentee ballot BY MAIL no later than October 24, 2019 (12 days before election day).  Former law permitted the election board to receive such an application as later as 8 days before election day, but this has now changed.

 

ONLY the version of the state voter registration form (VRG-7) and the county voter registration form (VRG-11) published on this website (or earlier revisions of these state forms approved since September 2013) will be accepted by county voter registration offices. Older versions of the VRG-7 or VRG-11 will NOT be accepted for processing. Federal voter registration forms may continue to be used.

Lake County Precinct Consolidation Plan