Dear All,

Are you aware that for the June 2nd Primary Election there will only be 22 voting sites in all of Marion County?  That means where almost all of us have voted in the past will not be open for voting.  I have attached the list of the polling locations that you can vote in person on election day.  The building names and addresses are on this list.  Remember that you may vote at any location throughout Marion County, it does not need to be in your area or township.

The two polling locations that are closest to most of us and that we would be most familiar with are:  North Wayne Elementary School which is located at 6950 W. 34th Street.  This is outside of I-465 just west of Eagle Creek Parkway and east of Dandy Trail and is probably the closest for most of us.  Krannert Park Community Center is another one that is familiar with a lot of you.  It is located 605 S. High School Road, which is outside of I-465, south of Rockville Road and north of Washington Street.  These are the two that are located in Wayne Township.  There are two locations in Pike Township:  Guion Creek Middle School located at 4401 W. 52nd Street and Eastbrook Elementary School located 7625 New Augusta Road.  These four locations are the closest ones to all of us.  The polls will be open from 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. on June 2nd.  Please refer to the list to see other locations.

Early voting begins on Tuesday, May 26th, and continues until Sunday, May 31st.  There will be three early voting locations:  Beech Grove High School, Broad Ripple High School, and the City-County Building.  On weekdays you may vote from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on the weekend from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

If you have not already sent in your application to vote absentee, there is still some time and this is encouraged for this election.  All applications MUST be received by Thursday, May 21st though.  Everyone may vote absentee this year.  If you no longer have your application to vote absentee, go to Indy Votes or  Absentee voting allows you to vote in the privacy of your home without going to one of the vote centers.

Please share this information with others throughout Marion County, as the attached list does have all 22 sites that will be open on election day.  Remember, these are the only polling locations for the June 2nd election and if voting in person don’t forget to take your I.D.


Janice McHenry

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