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Hello Indiana! If you want to vote in the November presidential election, first you need to be registered to vote, and you can check to see if you're already registered using the link in the description. If you still need to register, you can do so online if you have a valid Indiana driver's license. If you don't have one, maybe you're a student from another state, or you just don't drive, you will need to print out a form and mail it in, like with a stamp. Which I know is kind of a hassle, but it's important, so do it anyway. Both the links to online registration and the printable form will be in the description. Either way you register, you've gotta do it by October 9th to vote in the November election.

There's also an Indiana Voters app that's available for iOS and Android that you can use to register if you have an Indiana driver's license, and you can also use it closer to the election to look up your polling place, and view a sample ballot, so it's a really nice tool to have. Download links are in the description.

OK, so once you're registered, you have a few options for how you can vote. Voting absentee by mail is available in a few cases. For example if you'll be out of state on election day, you're over 65, or have a disability that prevents you from going to the polls, or if you have a religious holiday, a work shift, or a lack of access to transportation that lasts the entire 12 hours that the polls are open. If any of those apply to you, you can request a ballot by printing out the form in the link below and mailing it in. You have to request your ballot by October 31st and fill it out and return it by November 7th.

You can also vote early in person starting on October 11th at your local county election board office. There's a link in the description where you can find the locations and hours for your county.

If you're going to vote on November 8th, polls are open from 6 am to 6 pm and you can figure out where you should go to vote using the Indiana Voters app or the link in the description. You'll need to bring an ID issued by the state of Indiana that has your name, a photo of you, and an expiration date that shows that it's valid and not expired after November 4th, 2014. In most cases that's a driver's license, passport, or state ID, but an ID from a public college or university in Indiana is also OK, as long as it has those three things on it.

If you want to see everything that's going to be on the ballot ahead of time, you can look in the app or go to the link below to see a sample ballot. This gives you a chance to research the candidates and issues in your local elections ahead of time, but don't panic if you see like, 18 elections for judges on there. You don't have to vote for every single item on the ballot if you don't want to. You can even print out your sample ballot, fill it out, and bring it to the polls with you so you can remember how you want to vote. All the links you need to check your registration, and polling location, and get your sample ballot will be in the description. Thank you for voting.