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  Voter Registration:
The deadline to register to vote in the Primary Election is April 7th, 2003.  Mail-in applications must be postmarked on or before April 7th in order to be eligible to vote in the Primary Election.

If you are unsure of whether or not you are registered or whether your registration application was approved, contact the county voter registration office. 

Lake County
Voter Registration: 219-755-3795

  Voter Eligibility:
You are qualified to vote in the 2003 General Election if you:

    • Are a citizen of the United States.
    • Are at least 18 years old on or before November 4th, 2003.
    • Reside in your precinct at least 29 days before the election in which you will be voting.
    • Are not currently in prison after being convicted of a crime.
    • Apply to register to vote at least 29 days before the election in which you will be voting, and your application is approved.

  Where to Register to Vote:  
You may register in person at your county voter registration office.  If you need to pick up a mail-in voter registration application, visit your local license branch, public library, township trustee or city/town clerk-treasurer's office.  You may also register to vote while applying for or renewing your driver's license, or updating your address.  Your local public assistance, disability, or unemployment compensation office will also make voter registration available to you if you apply for or renew services, or change your address.

  How to Register to Vote:  
To register to vote in Indiana, you must print and complete a voter registration application.  You must provide your name, residential address, voter identification number, birth date, and signature (indicating that you meet the voter registration requirements in Indiana).  You will also be asked for optional information, including your telephone number.

You may obtain an Application for Voter Registration here.
En Espanol: Formulario de registro para votar

  Updating your Voter Registration Address: 
To protect your right to vote, you must notify the county voter registration office where you now live that you wish to be registered at your new address.  Simply print and fill out a mail-in voter registration application and return it to your county voter registration office or the Indiana Election Division before the registration deadline.  Please include your old registration address on your voter registration application.

You may obtain an Application for Voter Registration here.
En Espanol: Formulario de registro para votar

  How to Vote Absentee in your County Clerk's Office:
If you are eligible to vote absentee, you may vote in your county clerk's office before Election Day.  First, you must complete an absentee ballot application.  Second, you must vote at your county clerk's office by noon the day before Election Day.  Absentee voting in the clerk's office begins 29 days before the election, and will be available at least two Saturday's before Election Day.

You may obtain an Application for Absentee Ballot here.

  How to Vote Absentee by Mail:
If you are eligible to vote absentee, you may vote by mail.  First, you must complete an absentee ballot application and return it to your county election board (at the clerk's office).  Applications from voters must be received, whether submitted by mail or FAX, at least 8 days before election day.  (If you are a confined voter, a voter caring for a confined individual, a military voter, or an overseas voter, there are special requirements that apply.  Contact your county election board or county clerk for more detailed information.)

When the county election board receives your application for a mail-in absentee ballot, they will process it and, if the application is approved, mail you an absentee ballot for the upcoming election.  Your completed ballot may be returned by mail to the county election board.  Your ballot may also be hand delivered by yourself, a member of your household, or your attorney in fact.  Ballots must be received by the county election board, at the clerk's office, in time to be processed for the election.

Where do I vote?:
Depending on your address, you will be voting for me in one of three places. Please click here to view the map and determine you polling place.