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If you have had problems with absentee voting (vote by mail) during this primary cycle (6/2/2020), please help us make it better for the future.
We're also here to help you with the process and may contact you to follow-up on issues you encountered.
It's important that our state officials understand the potential challenges of mail-in voting for this election cycle to better prepare us for the future. The more we learn about the process now, the better informed we'll be when we request rule changes and policy considerations for this fall and future elections.
Very few Hoosier voters understand the deadlines for current mail-in voting. These absentee ballots must be received by Noon on Election Day in order to be counted, which means they must be mailed days in advance.
This restrictive deadline, among the most restrictive in the country, means that potentially thousands of Hoosier voters who request their ballots on-time will not have their votes counted in Indiana. Most recently, in Wisconsin, more than 107,000 ballots were received after Election Day. However, voters there fought back in Wisconsin and these votes were counted. Under current law in Indiana they will not be counted... unless we take action, now!
Educating the public on how to get their absentee ballots properly counted is nearly impossible because of uncertain mail times given current USPS delays during a pandemic. This is why we are working with nonpartisan voting groups and leaders across the country to ensure all voters who wish to vote safely by absentee ballot on Election Day are able to do so.
Help us demand that absentee ballots postmarked by or on Election Day MUST BE COUNTED. This is the only way to have a truly safe election during a pandemic.