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Absentee Voting
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 The Porter County Election Board Offers Early Voting.

 There are several ways to vote early:
         Absentee In-person voting (offered at 5 locations)

Absentee Voting for the Primary Election starts Tuesday, April 10th.     

Porter County Admin Bldg
Suite 102A
155 Indiana Ave
Valparaiso, In 46383

esterton Town Hall
Meeting Room
726 Broadway
Chesterton, In. 46304

North Co. Gov't Complex
3560 Willowcreek Rd
Portage, In. 46368
 Union Township Volunteer Fire Station 2
267 North  600 West 
Valparaiso, Indiana 46385
Hebron Community Center
611 N Main St
Hebron, In 46341

Absentee Voting Hours Mon-Fri 8:30-3:30
ALSO Saturdays April 28th & May 5th
   8:30- 3:30

All absentee voting ends Monday, May 7th at NOON

 ***The last day that this office can accept absentee ballot applications for voting by mail is Monday, April 30th, 2018.***

 Absentee voting by Mail

                       It's as simple as filling out an Absentee application or calling to request the application. 
                       After completion of the application simply mail it to our office.  Once
it is processed, the
                       ballot will be mailed to your home or mailing address of your choice.  If mail isn't convenient you can 

fax it to 219-465-3841

 Military & Overseas Voters    
Military and overseas voters are eligible to vote by fax or email by filling out a 
Federal Post Card Application
For more information email   : 

 Request Travel Board
  •  Must be a confined voter or a voter caring for a confined person.
  • To request, simply call us at 219-465-3486
Why Vote Absentee?
  •  Convenient.  Vote in the privacy of your own home and/or at a time and date convenient for you.
  • Avoid long lines and/or confusion at the polling locations.

For more information on Absentee Voting contact: 


Or come into our office at : 16 E Lincolnway, Ste 209
Valparaiso, Indiana 46383