Voter Registration

2020 Primary Election Information

Role

The Voter Registration office maintains rolls of all registered voters for the county, secures polling places and creates reports and voter lists for candidates. Voter Registration is a bi-partisan office. The department consists of two board members and six deputies, who are appointed by the two major party chair-people. 

Voter Registration Laws


The voter registration laws in Indiana are greatly influenced by two important pieces of federal legislation: The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) and The Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA). In 2006, Indiana adopted a statewide voter registration system that complies with HAVA called First Tuesday.
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  1. Tue Sep. 22

    Election Board Meeting Notice - Meeting Location has changed. Public attendance will be limited due to size of room. We encourage you to use the Web-Ex option listed below. Public comment limited to public comment portion of the meeting, whether attending in person or by phone. The St. Joseph County Election Board will convene a public meeting at 9:30 AM on Tuesday September 22, 2020 in The Commissioner’s Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the County-City Building 227 W. Jefferson Boulevard pursuant to Indiana Cod...
  1. Fri Sep. 25

    Election Board Meeting ---CANCELLED To join by phone: 1-888-340-5470 (AT&T Audio Conference) 550 452 1 Access Code
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