2019 General Election Guide
2019 Democratic Party General Election Candidates:
2019 Voter Registration Information:
Individuals who will be 18 or older as of November 5th may register for the General Election by October 7th. You can register to vote at the Floyd County Clerk’s Office or online at https://indianavoters.in.gov/. If your address has changed since the last time you voted, you must update your address with the Clerk’s Office or using the online registration system.
2019 Vote Center Information:
Floyd County follows the Vote Center model for the conduct of county and municipal elections. As opposed to the Precinct Model which requires individuals to report to an assigned polling site, the use of Vote Centers allows a voter to cast a ballot at any Vote Center location. It also expands early voting options by allowing for individuals to cast their vote throughout the week and on the two Saturdays prior to the election at designated Early Vote Centers. Voters also still have the option to vote absentee by mail or by Travel Board.
The following Vote Center locations were used as part of the 2019 Municipal Primary. A final list of 2019 General Elections locations will be published once approved by the Floyd County Election Board:
EARLY VOTING IN THE FLOYD COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
311 Hauss Square, Room 235; New Albany
· In the Primary: April 9th – May 3rd (Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) and ending May 5th at noon
EARLY VOTING AT THE FOLLOWING SATELLITE LOCATIONS
· In the Primary: April 29th – May 3rd (Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)
Spring Primary - April 27th and May 3rd (during hours of 8:00am-4:00pm)
ELECTION DAY VOTING - Tuesday, May 7th
The following sites will be open on Primary Election Day on Tuesday, May 7th, from 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. Registered Floyd County Voters can vote at ANY of these vote centers.
For more information, go to www.floydcountyclerk.org or call 812-948-5411.
ID Required for Voting:
At the Vote Center, you must provide a state or federally issued PHOTO ID, such as an Indiana driver’s license, an Indiana photo ID card, a Military ID, or a U.S. Passport. If you do not possess an ID that is acceptable for voting purposes, you may obtain an Indiana State ID Card for free at any Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) branch. For information about what documents are required by the BMV to obtain an ID, contact your local BMV branch.