Do you hate waiting in long lines on Election Day? We do, too! To help voters navigate Election Day successfully, Vigo County Public Library is collaborating with the Vigo County Clerk’s Office to launch Vote Vigo.

Vote Vigo, a non-partisan organization which seeks to make voting easier for Vigo County residents, will be providing regular updates on the lines and wait times at all voting centers. To see Election Day wait times, as well as important voter information, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for Vote Vigo, please check out our volunteer page for more information.

Voter Registration begins on Tuesday, June 16 and ends on Monday, October 5. The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3 from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Check Your Registration Status

  • Visit the Indiana Voter Portal.
  • Under Check Voting Status, click Check Your Registration Record.
  • Enter your name, date of birth, and the county where you are currently registered to vote.
  • Click Submit.

My Information Is Not Found. What Next?

If you are not registered, or if there was a problem with the information you entered, you will see an error message.

Why Did This Happen?

  • Did you register under a different name? First name, last name, and date of birth must match county records. If you have changed your information, you may need to Update Your Registration.
  • Have you moved since you registered to vote? Try checking your registration status with your previous county of residence.
  • Still having issues? Contact the Vigo County Voter Registration Office:
    Vigo County Courthouse
    Courthouse 33 South 3rd Street
    2nd Floor - West Wing 33 S
    Terre Haute, IN 47807

Update Your Registration

  • To update your registration, you need:
    • The name you registered under.
    • Your Indiana State Driver’s License number or your Indiana State Identification Card.
  • Visit the Indiana Voter Portal.
  • Under Register to Vote, click Apply Now.
  • Enter your information, using the name you previously registered under.
  • Click Update Registration Info.
  • Correct or update your information.
  • Click Submit.
  • You can also fill out a paper form and either mail it to or turn it into the Vigo County Registration Office. See more information under Register by Mail or In Person.

Register or Re-Register to Vote

To vote in the state of Indiana, you need to be registered by Monday, May 4. It can take 30 days to receive your voter registration card in the mail.

What You Need to Register

  • Be a United States citizen.
  • Be at least 18 years old on Tuesday, November 3.
  • Have a valid Indiana State Driver’s License or Indiana State Identification Card.
    • If you don’t have either of these, you may use the last four numbers of your Social Security number to register.
  • Have lived at your current address for at least 30 days prior to the election.
    • Do you not have a permanent address? Describe your location by streets and use an address of a shelter that will accept your mail.
  • Not be currently imprisoned after being convicted of a crime.
    • Have you recently completed your sentence? Then you can restore your right to vote by re-registering at the Indiana Voter Portal and following the instructions listed below in Register Online. You may also re-register if you are currently on probation or parole.

Register Online

  • Visit the Indiana Voter Portal.
  • Under Register to Vote, click Apply Now.
  • Enter your information.
  • Click Begin New Registration.
  • Accept the Terms of Use by clicking on the box.
  • Click Submit.
  • You will receive your voter ID card in about 30 days.

Register by Mail or In Person

  • Download and print the Voter Registration Application.
  • Complete the form with blue or black ink and sign it.
    • Print your information neatly on the form; do not use cursive.
    • Photocopies or scans of the application will not be accepted.
  • Provide proof of residence in Vigo County by photocopying an item that has the same address as your registration application, such as:
    • A current copy of your Indiana State Driver’s License number or your Indiana State Identification Card.
    • A current copy of a utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document addressed to your current residence.
    • Use a permanent marker to cover up any account numbers on copied documents.
  • To register by mail, send your completed application and your proof of residence to the Vigo County Courthouse at:
    Vigo County Courthouse
    Courthouse 33 South 3rd Street
    2nd Floor - West Wing 33 S
    Terre Haute, IN 47807
    • No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted.
  • To register in person, drop off your completed application at the Vigo County Registration Office in the Courthouse during regular business hours when they have re-opened after the COVID-19 quarantine.

Further Questions?

  • Read the top of the Voter Registration Form for special instructions.
  • Call the Vigo County Courthouse at 812.462.3393.
  • Call Vigo County Public Library at 812.232.1113.


Absentee-by-mail applications may be submitted to the Vigo County Clerk's Office beginning Tuesday, June 16. The last day to submit Absentee-by-Mail applications is Thursday, October 22 by 11:59 p.m. At this time, there are no known exceptions to the standard Absentee-by-Mail application guidelines due to COVID-19 for the General Election.

The Absentee-by-mail application and information on completing it will be posted as soon it becomes available.

Other Absentee Ballots

Indiana has several other ways to vote absentee, like absentee-by-traveling board, and special provisions for members of the armed forces serving overseas on Election Day.

Indiana’s Election Center website has information on the kinds of absentee ballots that are available. Additionally, you can call or visit the Vigo County Clerk’s Office for absentee ballot information at:

Vigo County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Courthouse, 1st Floor
33 South 3rd Street
Terre Haute, IN 47807