Sites include the Civic Center and Library Locations
Early Voting (Absentee In-Person) for the 2020 Primary begins TODAY, Tuesday May 26, 2020 and ends at Noon on Monday June 1, 2020. Although the Civic Center remains closed for most activities, Early Voting at the Civic Center will be held on the first floor of the Civic Center. Voters wishing to vote at the Civic Center should enter at the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard entrance. Voters will only have access to the early voting polling site within the Civic Center.
Voting by Mail: DEADLINE for absentee by mail ballots to be received by the Election Office is NOON JUNE 2, 2020.
Mail the completed ABSENTEE BALLOT to: Vanderburgh County Election
P.O. Box 3343
Evansville, IN 47732-3343
If you have any questions, please call the Election Office at 812-435-5122.
Primary Election Day is NEXT Tuesday June 2, 2020:
On Election Day, JUNE 2, 2020, the polls open at 6:00 AM and close at 6:00 PM. Registered Vanderburgh County voters may vote at any Vote Center that is convenient for them. If you need information about a voter’s registration, you can call the Voter’s Registration Office at (812) 435-5223. For other election questions, you can call the Election Office at (812) 435-5122.
Former Indiana Secretary of State and 4th District Congressman, Todd Rokita, announced last Wednesday, May 20, he is seeking the Republican nomination for the Office of Attorney General at the upcoming Indiana Republican State Convention.
The convention will be broadcast live from their studios from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on June 18th.
Ballots will arrive to delegates around June 22, 2020.
The ballot will allow each delegate to indicate his or her top choice.
As long as that top choice remains an option, the delegate’s vote is cast for that candidate.
The ballot will also allow, but does not require, a delegate to pick who they would vote for if their top candidate is dropped.
Once dropped, if no other choices are selected by a delegate, that delegate’s ballot is no longer cast.
The deadline to receive returned ballots is July 9th at 5:00 p.m.
Votes will be counted and results will be announced July 10.
Message to Graduating Seniors: (from 05/21/20 News Update)
Dear Graduating Senior,
This is a special time in your life, and you and your loved ones likely looked forward to many traditions that were cut short. Please know that our community and state are proud of your academic accomplishments, and wish you continued success in the next chapter of your life.
The class of 2020 is resilient. Each of you have navigated challenging situations with great resolve, and COVID-19 is no different. As you finish up the school year, know you are not alone. Your family, friends and communities are cheering you on. Students, your work ethic inside and outside the classroom matters. Your service to our community matters. How you finish your last semester during this pandemic matters. Your determination to not let this unprecedented health crisis define your senior year is an inspiration.
We are all incredibly proud of your hard work, and know you will go on to do great things.
Congratulations, Class of 2020!