As the 2020 General Election is quickly approaching, the Vigo County Election Board votes to approve this year’s vote center locations. During Wednesday’s meeting, 18 locations were disclosed to house this year’s in-person voting. The vote center locations and schedules are as follows:
Vote Center Locations
Beginning October 6
Haute City Center
Meadows Shopping Center – Basement
Vigo County Annex
*The above vote centers will remain open on Columbus Day, October 12.
Beginning October 27
IBEW Labor Union #725
National Guard Armory
Vigo County Solid Waste Management
West Vigo Elementary Conference Center
Election Day, November 3
American Legion Post 104
CASY at Booker T. Community Center
ISU Student Union Building
Maryland Community Church (East side location)
New Goshen Fire House
New Goshen Fire House
Plumbers & Steamfitters Local Union #157
Sandcut Fire House (East Rio Grande Ave.)
Vigo County Public Library
“Our community is blessed with the support of these local businesses and locations,” states Brad Newman, Vigo County Clerk. “All of these locations are well equipped to support the logistics, voter privacy and overall safety and sanitation for the general election and we greatly appreciate their contributions.”
Early voting begins October 6 at Haute City Center, Meadows Shopping Center and the Vigo County Annex. These vote centers will be open beginning October 6, Monday through Friday, and two Saturdays, October 24 and October 31.
“We encourage every Vigo County eligible voter to partake in the general election. Collectively, these vote centers offer easy access to all corners of Vigo County,” states Newman. “In Vigo County, voting is made easy.”
Voters are encouraged to request an absentee ballot if they choose to not vote in-person. Registered voters must simply call the Vigo County Clerk’s Absentee Voting Office at 812.462.3235 or visit IndianaVoters.com to apply. By calling, voters will be sent an application via mail to fill out and send back. By visiting the website, voters will fill out the application online. All absentee ballot applications must be received by October 22 in order to vote by mail. Approved applicants will be sent a ballot via mail to fill out and submit to the Vigo County Clerk's Office by noon on November 3.
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