Election Day is just around the corner. If you haven’t already voted, make sure you have a plan and that you get out and vote! While many focus on the Presidential race and those at the top of the ballot, the IPS school board races are just as important. School board members have an immediate and long-lasting impact for thousands of children in Indianapolis. Learn who parents are voting for in the IPS board race here.
MAKE YOUR PLAN
All registered voters can vote at any Marion County vote center on Election Day. To vote, you’ll just need to present a valid photo ID and wear a mask.
If you need to find where you can vote, click here.
If you’re planning to vote early and need to find a location, click here. Five additional early voting centers recently opened on Oct. 24 and IndyVoteTimes.org is tracking the wait times at various locations so you can vote when the line is shorter and safer.
If you need a ride to the polls on Election Day, Go Vote Indy is offering free rides, but you need to register by Oct. 31. On Election Day, Lyft is offering 50% off one ride up to $10 to any polling location or drop box using the code 2020VOTE. Uber is offering a max discount of $7 off each ride, for a maximum of two rides. The discounts will be automatically applied when you request your ride using the polling finder.
Your voice and your vote matter and will be counted if you vote on or by November 3. As you may be aware, voter turnout is predicted to be at an all-time high. This may cause results to be delayed so be patient and know that your vote will be counted. According to IndyStar, “County election boards certify election results 10 days after Election Day in Indiana, which means voters should hold out for official tallies until at least Nov. 13 this year — and maybe longer, if there are recounts or other issues.”