Moseley updates Hoosiers about how to vote by mail in June 2 primary election

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INDIANAPOLIS- State Rep. Chuck Moseley (D-Portage), ranking minority member of the House Elections and Apportionment Committee, today released the following statement in regards to the Indiana primary election.

“It's essential that we keep the public up-to-date and provide Hoosiers with factual information regarding the 2020 primary election,” said Moseley. “We must keep all Hoosiers safe, while also ensuring they have all of the tools necessary to exercise their right to vote.”

What to know for the 2020 primary election:

The election date is now scheduled for Tuesday, June 2 rather than May 5.

  • In-person polling is still an option, as of now.
  • All Hoosiers have the option to vote-by-mail to decrease in-person contact.
  • All election-related deadlines, including registration, will be postponed 28 days.
  • IF YOU'RE REGISTERED TO VOTE: You must submit an absentee ballot request application. To do this, go to and select 'check voter's status'. You will then type in your information and scroll to the bottom of the page where it says 'forms and deadlines' under absentee ballot information. Lastly, click on 'ABS-MAIL-Primary 2020'. This application can be mailed, emailed, faxed or hand-delivered to your county election board and must be received by your county election board by May 21, 2020.
  • IF YOU'RE NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: You must register to vote first by going to and clicking 'register to vote' and following the steps on that page. After that, you can proceed with the steps mentioned above.
  • All election-related deadlines, including registration, will be postponed 28 days. 
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