Voter Registration

Register to Vote On-line


If you have an Indiana issued Drivers License or Identification Card visit the Indianavoters.com website.

Register at the BMV


When updating or Renewing your Drivers License or Identification Card you can also update your Voter Registration.

Register to Vote by Mail or In-Person


Download a Voter Registration Form (VRG-7) (PDF), or pick one up from any of the following locations:
  • The Board of Elections and Registration
  • City or County Clerk's Office
  • License Branch
  • County Libraries
  • Township Trustees' Offices
You may also call 765-423-9303 or 765-423-9316 and request a VRG-7. Mail completed forms to:
Tippecanoe County Voter Registration
20 N 3rd Street
Lafayette, IN 47901

We will not accept voter registrations by email or fax.  Only original copies are accepted.

The deadline to submit a registration to vote in the 2020 General election is Monday, October 5th2020 at 11:59 PM.

A voter must be 18 by Tuesday, November 3, 2020 to cast a ballot in the 2020 General Election.

Requirements


A person must meet the following requirements to be a registered voter in Indiana:
  • A citizen of the United States
  • Be at least 18 years of age by the day of the next General election
  • Live in a precinct for at least 30 days before the next election
  • Not currently in prison following conviction of a crime: See voter registration issues for more on disenfranchisement while imprisoned, IC 3-7-13-3

Some Common Voter Registration Issues


In Indiana, a person cannot vote on Election Day unless the person has registered to vote by the deadline which is the 29th day before the election (IC 3-7-13-10). When registering to vote in Indiana a voter does not declare Party affiliation. Registering to vote is a non-partisan function of government.

Disenfranchisement While Imprisoned


A person who has been convicted of a crime and imprisoned following conviction is ineligible to vote while in prison and is removed from the voter registration rolls (IC 3-7-45-2). A person who is imprisoned but has not been convicted of a crime (imprisoned and awaiting trial) is still eligible to vote and run for office.

The following are not considered imprisonment for the purpose of voting. A person who is:
  • On parole
  • On probation
  • Subject to home detention under IC 3-7-46-2
Please note that after a person is released from prison, the person must re-register to vote and participate in an election.