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Welcome to Harrison County Indiana!

Harrison County has a wonderfully rich history in the emergence of Indiana as our 19th state and the establishment of Corydon as Indiana's first state capital. Just as the early representatives met under the Constitution Elm in Corydon to draft Indiana's first Constitution, the current members of Harrison County government are working hard to represent the needs and will of the people of Harrison County Indiana. Harrison County provides residents with a progressive business community, active social, civic and religious organizations and a friendly small town feel.

Harrison County's rural location is just 25 minutes from the city center of Louisville, Kentucky, the nation's 16th largest city. The outstanding location and growing economy has made Harrison County one of the Indiana's fastest growing counties in recent years. For business or for pleasure we invite you to explore Harrison County Indiana and see for yourself why our community is an ideal place to live, work and play.

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Spring Primary Sample Ballots

Sample ballots are provided below for the Spring Primary Election. 

Blue River-DEM.pdf 16.61 KB 04/16/2018
Blue River-REP.pdf 18.57 KB 04/16/2018
Boone-DEM.pdf 16.43 KB 04/16/2018
Boone-REP.pdf 18.69 KB 04/16/2018
Franklin-DEM.pdf 17.4 KB 04/16/2018
Franklin-REP.pdf 18 KB 04/16/2018
Harrison-DEM.pdf 17.57 KB 04/16/2018
Harrison-REP.pdf 18.18 KB 04/16/2018
Heth-DEM.pdf 16.8 KB 04/16/2018
Heth-REP.pdf 18.45 KB 04/16/2018
Jackson-DEM.pdf 17.67 KB 04/11/2018
Jackson-REP.pdf 18.27 KB 04/11/2018
Morgan-DEM.pdf 17.16 KB 04/11/2018
Morgan-REP.pdf 18.12 KB 04/11/2018
Posey-DEM.pdf 17.18 KB 04/11/2018
Posey-REP.pdf 17.73 KB 04/11/2018
Spencer-DEM.pdf 16.69 KB 04/11/2018
Spencer-REP.pdf 18.29 KB 04/11/2018
Taylor-DEM.pdf 17.57 KB 04/11/2018
Taylor-REP.pdf 18.09 KB 04/11/2018
Washington-DEM.pdf 16.7 KB 04/11/2018
Washington-REP.pdf 17.84 KB 04/11/2018
Webster-DEM.pdf 17.07 KB 04/11/2018
Webster-REP.pdf 18.62 KB 04/11/2018

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2018 Primary Absentee Voting Information

When is the last day to request an absentee ballot application? 

  • Voting by mail - not an official date, just in time for it to be received by Clerk's Office by 4/30
  • Traveling Board - Monday, May 7th by noon
  • Military/Overseas** 

*to be sent to them by mail - request must be received by midnight 4/30
*to be sent to them by e-mail or fax - request must be rec’d by noon 5/07
**request for absentee ballot application may be received by mail, email (scanned copy of completed application attached), or fax

When must my absentee ballot application be received by Clerk to be processed in time to receive a ballot in the mail?

  • Voting Absentee Ballot by mail - if mailed, e-mailed, hand delivered or faxed, Monday April 30th by 11:59 pm (before midnight)
  • Delivery by Traveling Board - by noon Monday May 7th
  • Military/Overseas - by midnight April 30th if ballot to be mailed or by noon May 7th if requesting to vote by e-mail or fax

When must my ballot be received by Clerk to be processed in time to be counted?

  • Voting by mail - Mail received on election day May 8
  • Military/Overseas - postmarked by the date of the election, 5/08 and received by noon 10 days following the election, if mailed. If e-mailed or faxed the ballot must be received in time for the ballot to be delivered to the appropriate precinct, generally 12:00 noon on Election Day.

When is absentee voting in Clerk’s office?

  • Absentee voting occurs in the Clerk's Office located in the Courthouse at 300 N. Capitol Avenue. 
  • Begins April 10th at 8:00 am until 4:30 pm Monday through Friday* (closes 1/2 hour from 12:00-12:30 for lunch) *Thursday April 26th and Thursday May 3rd  8:00 am until 6:00 pm, closing from 12:00-12:30 for lunch)
  • Also Saturday April from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm (no lunch break)
  • Also Saturday May 5th  from 8:00 am until 3:00 (no lunch break)
  • Absentee voting in Clerk’s office ceases at noon Monday May 7th

When is the last possible time to register to vote?

  • By mail - envelope holding registration must be postmarked by April 9th
  • Hand-delivered - to Clerk’s office by close of business (4:30) April 9th
  • At BMV  - close of business on April 9th
  • Via IndianaVoters.com - prior to midnight on April 9th
  • Military or Overseas - April 9th but deadline for county to receive registration application is extended to noon, May 8th. There are exceptions, see Military & Overseas Voters Guide.
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Primary Candidates

The spring primary election will be held on Tuesday, May 8th. Polling sites will be open from 6:00am - 6:00pm. The last day to register to vote for the spring primary is April 9th at the close of the business day. For additional information please contact the Harrison County Clerk's Office or visit the Indiana Voter Portal

Primary Candidates (pdf)