The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.


Tuesday evening a federal judge rejected Indiana's noon Election Day deadline to receive absentee ballots. The ruling means absentee ballots postmarked on or before Nov. 3 and received on or before Nov. 13 will be counted.

As the nation's oldest nonpartisan organization, LWV Indy helps voters navigate Indiana's online voter registration portal and educate voters on what they need to know to go to the polls. Our one stop shop for voters, is a fantastic place to learn who is on your ballot and what they think about issues. You can also check your voter registration and find information about polling places on Election Day.

Need to request an absentee ballot? Please call the Marion County Election Board at (317) 327-8683

We strongly encourage voters to fully utilize all the resources on this website too; especially our updated Voting in Marion County Brochure on our Publications Page.

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We know there's a lot of uncertainty on the horizon right now, so please be safe, be kind, and stay informed.

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Please follow this link to to LWV of Indiana’s website regarding Legislative News and Resources for the most recent session:


Contacting Your Elected Officials

Need to find out who your elected official is and how to contact him or her? Visit the Indiana Secretary of State’s site and look for the link “See Who My Elected Officials Are.” In Marion County, you can also use the Marion County Election Board’s Voter Information Portal ( Both sights will also help you find your elected official’s contact information.

Phone calls and e-mail are the most effective ways to reach an elected official – and your contact does make a difference. Keep your message focused. Be respectful. When applicable, reference the specific piece of legislation (i.e., bill number) that concerns you. Remember to include your postal address and other contact information. (This is true for letters to the editor as well!)