AREA WIDE -- Voting absentee? Time is running out for you to get your ballot.
To vote absentee, you need to request a ballot from your county clerk's office by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 30.
To do that, you have to fill out an application and explain why can't vote on the day of the primary.
Download the application at the Indiana Secretary of State's website, www.in.gov/sos.
Remember, early voting is taking place here in Dubois County.Voters can go to the county annex across from the courthouse to vote this year.
Remember, this is for the Primary Election.
From now until May 7, any eligible voter can cast an absentee ballot in-person at their county clerk’s office or request an absentee ballot by mail.
In Dubois County, voters will now vote on the first floor of the county Annex on the courthouse square. "Easier access, we felt, for everyone involved," explains Dubois County Clerk Bridgette Jarboe.
"We have a designated parking space. We still have a [handicap-accessible] room and it's much easier to get in here," Jarboe tells WITZ Radio News.
ABSENTEE VOTING IN ANNEX HOURS
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8am - 4pm Wednesday 8am - 6pm April 10th - May 7th, 2018 Saturday April 28th and May 5th 8am - 3pm Monday May 7th 8am - Noon
SATELLITE ABSENTEE VOTING
HUNTINGBURG, FERDINAND AND DUBOIS
Saturday April 28th and May 5th 8am - Noon Huntingburg Event Center, Ferdinand Library, Dubois Library
35th Street Fire Station 10am - 6pm April 30th - May 4thSaturday April 28th and May 5th 8am - Noon
ABSENTEE VOTING SATELLITE LOCATIONS
Anyone may vote at these locations on these days.
Monday April 30th, 2018St. Henry Fire Station10am - 6pm
Tuesday May 1st, 2018Haysville Fire Station10am - 6pm
Wednesday May 2nd, 2018Schnellville Fire Station10am - 6pm
Thursday May 3rd, 2018Dubois Library10am - 6pm
Friday May 4th, 2018 Birdseye Fire Station 10am - 6pm