What you need to know before you vote in Tuesday's primary elections

INDIANAPOLIS - Tuesday is the day to vote in the primary election. Before you head to the polls, make sure you are prepared.

Here are some things you need to know.

When: Polling hours run from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Who's running in the elections? And where? Find your county to get started.

• Marion County: Head to the election board's website to find which polling place is nearest to you, confirm your registration, find information on officials and more. All you have to do is enter your address.
• Boone County: Here's a list of polling locations for Tuesday's primaries.
• Hamilton County: Find your polling location, sample ballots, tutorials and other info you might need for Tuesday's primaries here.

Other central-Indiana counties such as Johnson and Hendricks can find details on ballots and polling places on the state's voter website, which is where all other Indiana voters can also head to check on your registration status, review candidates on your ballot, find out where to vote and more.

You should also check out the video above to get tips from Marion County Clerk Beth White.

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