Indiana Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in IN

Updated February 18, 2022

An Indiana voter registration form, once submitted and approved, allows residents of the State of Indiana to vote in any upcoming elections. Registrants must be eighteen (18) years of age and must have resided within the state thirty (30) days before the next election. Identification and proof of residence are required for first-time voters otherwise voters may only be able to cast a provisional ballot. Hoosiers are given the option to register to vote online instead of using the registration form. This process may only be completed by individuals with a valid Indiana driver’s license or Indiana State Identification Card. Registration must be completed twenty-nine (29) days prior to election day.

Check Your Voting Status – https://indianavoters.in.gov/

Deadline – 29 days before the next election.

Find a Polling Place – https://indianavoters.in.gov/

Register Online – https://indianavoters.in.gov/

Where to Send Voter Registration Form – Completed forms should be submitted to one of the Indiana County Voter Registration Offices. A list of all registration offices can be found on page (2) of the registration form, or search through www.indianavoters.in.gov by county.

Voter ID (§ 3-5-2-40.5)- Indiana State law requires all voters to present a government-issued photo ID at the polls on Election Day.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the Indiana Voter Registration Form.

Step 2 – Section (1) of the registration form pertains to the purpose of this form. Select either “New Registration,” “Address Change,” or “Name Change.” Next, enter the following information under sections (2) through (15):

  • County
  • Gender
  • Full name
  • Residential address
  • Mailing address
  • Previously registered address (if applicable)
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number (optional)
  • Email address (optional)
  • U.S. citizenship
  • Age affirmation
  • Valid identification number
  • Previously registered name (if applicable)
  • Signature
  • Date

The last part of Section (14) applies to registrants who had help completing the form. Section (15) is only to be used if the registrant requests another person to hold onto, and submit their registration form.

Step 3 – Registration forms should be mailed to the registrant’s County Voter Registration Office. A list of all offices can also be found on the second page of the registration form.