Absentee Voting

One of LifeStream’s roles under the Older Americans Act is to advocate for older adults. With the approaching November elections, it is important for older adults and people with disabilities to have the information and resource needed to exercise their right to vote.

Make sure you’re registered

You can make sure you are registered to vote by going to Indiana Voters Portal. If you are not registered, you must register before October 5. You must also have a government issued picture ID to vote.

Absentee Voting

  • Absentee-by-Mail gives you the opportunity to mail your voting ballot into the polls from the safety of your home. To vote by mail, you must complete an application with your information and reason you cannot make the polls. Fill out the application here and return to your county office by October 22. The application is due to your county office by October 22. Click here for a Absentee Voting Application.
  • Absentee-in-Person allows an individual to go to a voting site prior to election day to vote in person. Each county offers certain places you can go to vote absentee-in-person. Call your local office office to find out where.

Transportation

LifeStream Services and our partners provide transportation services in our 12 county service area. If you need transportation for early voting or Election Day voting please find your county transportation info in the flyers on the page (below) or visit LifeStream Transportation.

Resources

LifeStream has developed information flyers to help you navigate the different options to cast your vote. Please see your county specific flyer which includes your county specific transportation options, contact info for early voting, and where to mail your application.