HOW TO VOTE FOR CHRISTINA HALE

Hoosiers can vote for Christina Hale in the June 2nd Democratic primary by mail, early in-person, or on primary Election Day.

Vote by Mail for Christina Hale

Voting by mail is easy, safe and secure.

If you have applied for and received your absentee ballot, fill it out, vote for Christina and mail it back. All ballots must be received by your county clerk by noon on June 2, 2020, so we recommend voters mail their ballots back as soon as possible to ensure that it is received on time.

Marion County voters who received a ballot can drop off their ballot at any early voting location. Early voting runs from May 26, 2020 through noon on June 1, 2020 — hours vary by location. To look up early voting locations and hours, please check vote.indy.gov.

Marion County voters who received a ballot in the mail can also drop off their ballot at any voting location by noon on Election Day, June 2, 2020. To look up voting locations and voting hours, please check vote.indy.gov.

Voters in other counties who received a ballot in the mail and are concerned their ballot will not be received in time can surrender their absentee ballot and vote in-person. To look up your polling place and voting hours, please check indianavoters.com.

Vote Early in Person

Voters who have not requested an absentee ballot may vote early in person from May 26, 2020 through noon on June 1, 2020. To look up early voting locations and hours, please check indianavoters.com.

Anyone who votes early in person must bring a valid photo ID.

Vote on Primary Election Day: June 2, 2020

Voters may vote in person on June 2, 2020.

To look up your polling place and voting hours, please check indianavoters.com.

If you requested an absentee ballot but it did not arrive, you can vote in person. You will have to sign an affidavit saying you never received the ballot.

If you have any questions, please contact the campaign at info@haleforcongress.com.

Thank you for your support and stay safe and healthy!