Voter registration ends Oct. 11


Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan recently reminded Hoosiers of two upcoming dates regarding voting.

The state’s voter registration deadline is Oct. 11. Registering to vote and checking your status may be done online at or by visiting your local county election administrator’s office. In Jackson County, that office is located in the Jackson County Judicial Center, 109 S. Sugar St., Brownstown. For information, call 812-358-6120.

On Tuesday, online registration needs to be completed before midnight, and registering in person at your local county election administrator’s office needs to be completed before the end of the business day. That’s 4:30 p.m. in Jackson County.

Public tests for all election equipment will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the judicial center annex.

In-person early voting begins Oct. 12 and is open until Nov. 7. All registered Indiana voters are eligible to vote early in person. Contact your county clerk’s office to find locations and hours for early voting. A valid photo identification is required to vote.

To learn more about voting, access the Indiana Voter’s Bill of Rights at

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