Monroe County, Indiana

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Vote By Mail

Nicole Lynn Browne
Clerk of Monroe Circuit Courts
301 N. College Avenue, Room 201
P.O. Box 547
Bloomington, IN  47402

 

 

PRESS RELEASE!!!   PRESS RELEASE!!!  PRESS RELEASE!!!  

As your Monroe County Clerk, and together with the Monroe County Election Board, my office is actively working to deliver a successful Presidential primary election.  We want every registered Monroe County voter to cast a ballot in the manner that is most convenient and comfortable for them.  There is nothing more paramount than preserving and protecting every registered voter’s ability to vote.

I want to ensure that voters have the most up to date information available that will allow them to vote.

The last day to register to vote is May 4, 2020.  Please go to indianavoters.com to confirm that your voter registration information is up to date or call Election Central. 

Monroe County will continue with plans to offer in-person voting for the Presidential primary.  In addition, I want to reemphasize the voter’s option to submit a request to vote by mail.

Registered voters who wish to vote by mail can request an Application For Absentee Ballot By Mail

Send application by email to:  election@co.monroe.in.us

Or Fax to:  812-330-6460

Or mail to: Voter Registration

                               401 W 7th Street, Suite 100

                         Bloomington, IN  47404

Once the Application has been received, a ballot will be mailed to the voter at his/her registration address.  The voter will then mail his/her voted ballot to Election Central in the pre-addressed, postage paid envelope provided. 

The Application must be received in our Office by May 21 , 2020.

Please contact Election Central at (812) 349-2690 to request a form or visit Monroe County Government’s website at http://monroecountyvoters.us/.