One-Stop Shopping for How-to-Vote Resources

Whether they’re voting for the first time, may have voted in a previous election, or won’t vote for another year or two, you can help your students learn this important independent living skill before they cast a ballot. Election Day is November 6, 2018, but absentee voting begins October 10.


Indiana Voter Portal—includes links to voter registration, verifying voter status, locating polling place, voting hours, sample ballots.

Application for Absentee Voting (Note: Local Election Board must receive the application at least 8 days prior to the election. People with disabilities are eligible to vote via absentee ballot.)

Information About Assistance at the Polls for Voters with Disabilities

Information About Photo I.D.s on Election Day

Videos About Voter Registration—brief videos from Indiana Disability Rights on voting and the registration process.

“Your Vote Is Your Voice”—a 54-page guide to voting from the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities. (Note: In Indiana, a voter who has a legal guardian may still cast a ballot; this is not the case in all states.)