Elections Office

2022 Vote Center Location Information


DEARBORN COUNTY VOTE CENTERS WILL BE OPEN FOR THE MAY 3, 2022 ELECTION

Dearborn County has adopted a new way of voting on election day.  We have videos of the new equipment and how the machines work on the election page of the County website.  Dearborncounty.org.  The only voting sites will be the Ten Vote centers open on election day from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Dillsboro Civic Center – 9824 Central Avenue, Dillsboro

First Baptist Church of Aurora – 6060 Blair Dr., Aurora

Agner Hall – 145 Speedway Dr., Lawrenceburg

Tanner Valley Methodist Church – 19235 State Route One, Lawrenceburg

Willies Sports Café (lower level) – 19303 Schmarr Dr., Lawrenceburg

Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church – 25365 Stateline Rd., Lawrenceburg

St. John Catholic Church – 25743 State Route One, Dover

St. Martin Catholic Church – 8044 Yorkridge Rd., Guilford

Manchester Firehouse – 7893 State Route 48, Aurora

Moores Hill Senior Center – 16610 N. Broadway St., Moores Hill

Any registered voter may vote at any one of these ten locations. All locations will have all voter information and ballots for the entire county. EVERY VOTE CENTER WILL HAVE 4-6 SIGN IN LINES AND AN AVERAGE OF 14 MACHINES TO VOTE ON.  WE ARE NOT ANTICIPATING WAIT TIME. 

We will also have satellite early voting sites open.  Vote at the Dillsboro Civic Center, on Saturday April 23rd between the hours of 10:00 until 2:00 p.m.  The Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church will be an early voting site on April 30th from 10:00 until 2:00 p.m.

In addition, Dearborn County will be offering Early voting by mail or in person in the Dearborn County Administration Building.  Early, in-person, voting at the Administration Building will be daily, Tuesday April 5th thru Saturday April 30th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Monday May 2nd 9:00 a.m. until noon.

We will comply with all CDC recommendations and guidelines to minimize public health risks while providing in person voting or for those working as election workers.  Dearborn County will also offer in-home early voting by our Travel Board. Valid absentee applications must be filled out and signed by the voter to vote by mail or travel board. These applications must be received by April 21st

An application for Voting by mail may be submitted anytime by going to indianavoters.com and submitting the application straight to us through the portal or printing an application and submitting it to our office at 165 Mary St.  Lawrenceburg, In. 47025.  Have questions?  Call us at 812-537-8867.

If voting by mail please be sure and submit early! 

***If you should change your mind and go to the vote center on Election Day you will HAVE to surrender the blank ballot that was mailed to you in order to vote!

To register to vote or transfer your registration complete your form by 4:30 on Monday April 4th or by midnight if registering/transferring on line.  You may check your registration at Indianavoters.com

If you have questions or need forms please call our office at 812-537-8867.

 

Gayle Pennington

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