- Voter Registration
The Voter Registration office maintains rolls of all registered voters for the county, secures polling places and creates reports and voter lists for candidates. Voter Registration is a bi-partisan office. The department consists of two board members and six deputies, who are appointed by the two major party chair-people.
Voter Registration Laws
The voter registration laws in Indiana are greatly influenced by two important pieces of federal legislation: The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) and The Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA). In 2006, Indiana adopted a statewide voter registration system that complies with HAVA called First Tuesday.
- Where can I register to vote?
- Can I request my registration to be cancelled?
- How can I find out if I am registered to vote at my current address?
- If I move, or change my address, do I need to make changes to my voter registration?
- I'm homeless, can I still register to vote?
- Am I eligible to register to vote in St. Joseph County?