CLARK COUNTY indiana VOTING & ELECTION INFORMATION
Vote early in-person now
Anyone who is a registered voter in Clark County may come to Voter Registration located at 501 E. Court Avenue, Jeffersonville, IN to cast their vote early. All voters will be required to provide an acceptable form of identification (ID) to vote. Please feel free to call (812) 285-6329 if you have any questions regarding voting early in person.
IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING SCHEDULE
|Tuesday-Friday||October 6-October 9, 2020||9:00am-4:00pm|
|Saturday||October 24 and October 31, 2020||9:00am-4:00pm|
2020 general Election Candidates
Provided below are the current 2020 general election candidates. This document will be updated as new candidates file the documents required with the Clerk's office.
Apply for an Absentee ballot today
NOTE: In Indiana, ballots are NOT mailed to every registered voter. A voter must submit an absentee ballot application. Once the application is received, a ballot will be mailed to the voter. Voting absentee is safe, convenient, and secure.
3 ways to get an Absentee Ballot Application are listed below:
1.ONLINE- Apply for an absentee ballot online at Indianavoters.com. The absentee application is immediately received and we print out your application. This is the fastest, easiest, and most secure way to request a ballot by mail. No printer, postage or delay.
Click on the blue box that says "Apply Online / Get Forms" and proceed to "Visit My Portal"
Once you are in the voter portal, click the blue "Vote by Mail" button to apply for an absentee
2. REQUEST BY PHONE: Call the Voter Registration office at 812.285.6329 to request an absentee ballot application and one will be mailed to you.
3. PAPER APPLICATION: Print out and complete the absentee ballot application form and return it by mail, fax or e-mail it to Clark County Voter Registration. Voter registration contact information is listed below. If you prefer you may hand-deliver your application to the Voter Registration office. Click below to get your application.
Absentee Ballot Application Download
Ways to return voted absentee ballots
NOTE: ballots will be mailed out starting September 19th. At this time the state of Indiana is not allowing ballot drop boxes.
3 ways to return a voted absentee ballot are listed below:
1. Regular US Mail
2. Drop off at Jeffersonville's main Post Office on Court Avenue in Jeffersonville: This is where the County Voter Registration Post Office Box is located. The deadline is NOON November 3rd.
3. Drop off at Voter Registration office 501 E. Court Avenue (Room 139) 8:30-4:30: You can ONLY drop off your own ballot or ballots of people in your household. Deadline is November 2nd