Due to the COVID19 outbreak, the Indiana Primary Election was moved from May 5 to June 2. Indiana will allow every voter to VOTE BY MAIL without a reason. This pandemic, which has affected the entire globe, has only emphasized what we already know to be right: we need a vote-by-mail option to maintain democracy in times of crisis.
To vote by mail, you need to choose one of these options to receive your absentee (or mail-in) ballot:
Deliver Application: Please deliver an application and a stamped, pre-addressed envelope to me.
Click here to send an email to our campaign and we will arrange to bring you an application. Please note, we need your complete address and phone number.
Print Application Myself and Mail to Clerk: I will fill out the application, print it and mail it myself.
To request an absentee ballot, click here and fill it out and mail to the address below. Remember the date of the election is June 02, 2020. The correct county, St. Joseph County, must also be placed in the correct location on the form. If the application mailed, it must reach the St. Joseph County Circuit Court Clerk’s office by May 21, 2020.
Here is a link to watch a short video on how to complete your application.
St. Joseph County Circuit Court Clerk
101 S. Main Street
South Bend, IN 46601
574-235-9521 for questions
For the June 02, 2020 Primary Election anyone can vote by mail without a reason. This may change for the Fall Election. Our campaign will keep you informed.
Need more information on your right to vote along with several resources? Visit Vote.org today!