Voter Registration Information

Provided below is information to assist you with understanding how to register to vote, where to submit your registration information, how to confirm your registration.

Register to Vote:

Online Registration - If you have a valid Indiana Driver’s License you may register to vote, change your registration address or name online at These changes must be made no later than 30 days before the next election.The Indiana Voters website may also be used to confirm you registration or find your polling location.

Register in Clerk's Office - You may also register to vote in the Harrison County Clerk's office. 

Register to Vote Absentee Ballot:

Interested in voting with an absentee ballot in the Primary or Fall Election? Please see the information provided below. 

INSTRUCTIONS: Complete and return the application below so it is received by the Harrison County election board at least 8 days before election day.

Military & Overseas absentee voters should use form below to request an absentee ballot.

Documents provided Below:

Absentee Voting Application (Vote by mail)

Military and Overseas Absentee Voting Form


If you're unsure of your voting precinct please click on the map below to review precinct boundries. 


2018 Primary Absentee Ballot Voting

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 - 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.