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Early, in-person voting starts Wednesday across Indiana. Tuesday is last chance to register

Voters stand in line outside a building, waiting to go inside and cast their ballot. In the foreground is a lawn sign that reads "Vote Here" in red block letters. The two words are stacked vertically and in between them is a red arrow pointing towards the building.
FILE PHOTO: Steve Burns
Early, in-person voting in the 2022 general election starts Wednesday across the state.

Early, in-person voting in the 2022 general election starts Wednesday across the state. And Tuesday is the last chance for Hoosiers to register or update their registration in order to cast a ballot this year.

Hoosiers can register or update their registration in-person at their local election administrator’s office by the close of business Tuesday. But they have until midnight if they visit IndianaVoters.com.

On that site, they can also see who’s on their ballot, find their polling place and view the early, in-person voting hours and location in their county.

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Join the conversation and sign up for the Indiana Two-Way. Text "Indiana" to 73224. Your comments and questions in response to our weekly text help us find the answers you need leading up to Election Day.

Citizen advocacy groups advise everyone to check their registration before the deadline. There are some reports of voters’ information being changed without their knowledge.

If you want to request an absentee, mail-in ballot, you have until the end of the day on Oct. 27 to submit your application. Those eligible include Hoosiers age 65 or older, people with disabilities and those who will be unavailable to vote in-person on Election Day.

Contact reporter Brandon at bsmith@ipbs.org or follow him on Twitter at @brandonjsmith5.

Brandon Smith has covered the Statehouse for Indiana Public Broadcasting for more than a decade, spanning three governors and a dozen legislative sessions. He's also the host of Indiana Week in Review, a weekly political and policy discussion program seen and heard across the state. He previously worked at KBIA in Columbia, Missouri and WSPY in Plano, Illinois. His first job in radio was in another state capitol - Jefferson City, Missouri - as a reporter for three stations around the Show-Me State.