March 30, 2020 •
Indiana Election Commission Suspends Normal Requirements for Absentee Ballots
The Election Commission has suspended the normal requirements for absentee balloting in the June 2 presidential and state primary elections.
Gov. Eric Holcomb postponed the presidential and state primary elections to June 2 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Indiana Election Commission Order 2020-37 authorizes the temporary suspension of the state’s statutory absentee voting eligibility requirements.
This will allow all voters to cast their ballots by mail.
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