You can apply for a mailed absentee ballot up to 12 days before Election Day.
No. You must wait for 2 weeks after the primary before applying for a general election absentee ballot.
Complete an application for absentee ballot (ABS-Mail) and return to the Allen County Election Board office by the deadline by mail, email, fax or hand-delivery.
Yes. A complete list of the reasons to request a mailed absentee ballot is located here.
Yes, Indiana requires an application for an absentee ballot on file for each election.
No. Indiana does not require Photo ID for mailed absentee ballots.
You can request a replacement ballot. Call the Election Board for instructions.
No. The Election Board may not provide a voter with a replacement ballot for a political party that is different from the political party indicated on their original application.
Instructions for marking and casting your ballot are sent with other voting materials. You can also review this video for instructions on how to vote a mailed absentee ballot.
Mailed absentee ballots must be returned to the Election Board office no later than noon Election Day.