Our Pike Branch is available for convenient early voting beginning October 28, 2023. Please note that all library locations, including Pike, are closed on Monday, November 6 for our annual staff development day.
6525 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
|Saturday||October 28||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Sunday||October 29||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Monday||October 30||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Tuesday||October 31||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Wednesday||November 1||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Thursday||November 2||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Friday||November 3||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Saturday||November 4||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Sunday||November 5||11 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
Election Day Voting
On election day two of our locations are open for voting.
8625 Guilford Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46240
6525 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
|Tuesday||November 7||6 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
If these two library locations are not convenient for you, find your closest voting center.
The FAQ below shares some of our most frequently asked questions about voting and elections. For more information visit the Indiana State Government Voter Information Portal. Or visit the Marion County Voter Portal for local information.
Remember to bring ID
You must have your valid photo ID issued by the state of Indiana or the federal government with you. The Supreme Court upheld the requirement of an Indiana State ID to vote. Public Law 109-2005 requires Indiana residents to present a government-issued photo ID.
This law requires your photo ID to meet four criteria to be acceptable for voting purposes. See the four requirements your photo ID must include.
Where can I get an ID?
VoteRiders provides 100% free voter assistance. Get help:
- obtaining documents (birth certificates, change of name records, etc.)
- arranging rides to and from ID–issuing offices
- providing copies of ID for those eligible to vote by mail
Contact by phone 844-338-8743.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I vote?
The National Geographic Society provides good information on why it is important that everyone exercise their right to vote
What are my rights as a voter?
The Indiana Voters Bill of Rights available in English and Spanish.
Where is my polling place?
Find out where to vote by choosing “Find Your Polling Place” on the Voter Information Portal.
How can I turn in my registration form?
Registration forms may be mailed to or dropped off at the Marion County Board of Voter Registration. According to the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division “[To] vote in a primary or general election, you must register at least twenty-nine (29) days before that election. A mail-in voter registration application must be postmarked at least twenty-nine (29) days in advance of that election.”
Can I (avoid long waits and) vote early?
All registered Indiana voters are eligible to vote early in-person. See more information on how to vote early in Indiana.
What if I can’t vote on Election Day?
For people who cannot travel to their polling place on Election Day, an absentee ballot can be used. To see if you are eligible to vote absentee, or to download an online application, go to the Marion County Election Voter Information Portal Absentee Forms. Also, you may call the Election Board at 317-327-8683 to have a form mailed to you. Early voters, military and overseas voters, and a travelling board for sick, injured or disabled voters and their caregivers may all be eligible for absentee voting.
What if I need a ride to my polling place to vote?
The Marion County Democratic, Libertarian, and Republican parties provide transportation to the polls to residents of Marion County. When calling, give your name, address, and telephone number.
Libertarian Party of Marion County
2825 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 643-5725
Marion County Democratic Party
114 West St. Clair Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 637-3366
Marion County Republican Party
101 West Ohio Street Suite 2200
Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 964-5050
Who are the candidates running for office?
To find a list of candidates on the ballot that you will be voting for, you can access them at the Voter Information Portal. Click on the yellow icon “Who’s on the Ballot?” You will need to put in your name and your birthdate as well as the county where you are registered to vote. You will find a list of the candidates who currently on the ballot.
Where can I find information about the candidates?
To find out more about each candidate you can easily find them online by searching their names on Google. Remember to consider who is providing the information on any site about a candidate and consider if the site may be biased. One reliable site is called Ballot Ready presented by the National Science Foundation, the Knight Foundation, and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.
I am a college student, what should I know about voting?
The Student Voting Guide specifically helps students better understand how to vote.
What is the Electoral College and how does it work?
For an explanation of how the college works, including statistics and historical counts, visit the National Archives and Records Administration.
How can I find out who my current government representatives are?
Your current elected officials can be accessed at the Voter Information Portal. You can click on the yellow icon “Find Elected Officials” to pull up a map and enter your address. Then you can choose Federal, State, County, Township, or school officials.
You can also view maps of your districts at Indiana Election Division – Statistics and Maps. If you have questions about your districts, you can call the Marion County Board of Voter Registrationat 317-327-5042.
Where can I find election results?
Official Marion County election results are available from the Voter Information Portal. Click on “Election Night Results” or on “Historical Election Results.”. Official results from current and past elections throughout the state of Indiana are provided by the Election Division of the Indiana Secretary of State’s office.
The Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives also provides Election Statistics from 1920 to 2014.
Reading Recommendations from IndyPL Staff
- The History of Women in Politics – IndyPL_DeborahM
- Movies Featuring Fictional Presidents – IndyPL_AdamT
- Power to the Preschoolers – Introducing Elections to Kids – IndyPL_CarrieW
- Your VOTE Matters – IndyPL_RobinH