While some states chose to hold their primaries in person during the ongoing pandemic, many rescheduled them for June. Indiana was one of them.
However, with no end in sight or concrete guidelines for reopening, many people still don’t want to risk getting sick. Thankfully, the state has made it a little bit easier to vote from your home for June 2 election.
For the first time, voters can request an absentee ballot online. You have to apply for the ballot by May 21 and then it will be mailed out.
It must then be turned in by noon on June 2. Get the application here.