Voters Reminded to Bring Photo ID to Cast Ballot Tuesday

For people who vote on Election Day, Indiana law requires residents to present a photo ID before casting a ballot.

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The Indiana Statehouse in downtown Indianapolis

Your chance to vote early ended at noon today, when the statewide deadline for voting absentee in person came to a close. According to the Indiana Election Division spokesperson Todd Darroca, as of Saturday, more than 233 thousand people had already voted either in person or via absentee ballot by mail.

For people who vote on Election Day, Indiana law requires residents to present a photo ID before casting a ballot. Full service license branches will be open until 8 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday for people who need to get a state issued photo ID.

This is also the first election under which people were able to register to vote or update their voter information online. Darroca says about 30 thousand people have gone online for registration.

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