INDIANAPOLIS — It is election day, and there is some important information you need to know as you head to the polls.
All three candidates for mayor have shared their views on several important issues facing voters right now, including crime, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department staffing, homelessness, and food insecurity. To learn more about those views, click here.
Along with the mayoral race in Marion County, voters in Carmel, Zionsville, Danville, Lawrence Township, and Center Grove will have to vote on school referendums that would impact property taxes.
Remember, you can check your polling location online at indianavoters.in.gov before you go. If you live in Marion County, you can vote at any of the 273 voting centers.
And before you head out, make sure you have your ID. If you show up and don't have it, you can still cast a provisional ballot, however. You will then have to show your ID to the county election office within ten days of the election.
Polls are open until 6 p.m. on Tuesday.