Voter Information

Voter Information

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With Vote411, voters can enter their address to find their polling place, build a ballot with our online voter's guide and much more! The Vote411 voters' guide lets you see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.

An effective voter guide starts with insightful questions for all of the candidates; questions that we think help voters determine who should earn their vote. Our Voter Services committee develops questions for each election cycle, and will post them here. Candidates who choose to answer will have their information listed at 

2019 Tippecanoe County Municipal Elections

Important Dates and Information:

Last day to register to vote to cast your ballot in the November municipal elections: Oct 7, 2019

November Election: Nov 5, 2019

Early voting begins - TBA Locations for early voting can be found here.

Request a paper absentee ballot: TBA

Contact if a voter is in need of an absentee voter board to visit them in their residence for the purpose of casting their ballot.

For Offices on the Municipal Ballot for 2019 click PDF iconhere.

Duties and Responsibilities of Elected Officials

Find out what your PDF iconelected officials are responsible for on your behalf. Inquire how they are accomplishing these responsibilities with good public policy for all in an ethical and fiscally sound manner.

Voting in Tippecanoe County


To vote in Tippecanoe County, you must be 18 years old by the General Election, a US Citizen, registered at your current address and have a valid photo ID. More information on Indiana's Photo ID Law is on the Secretary of State's website.

Those unable to vote in person on Election Day have the option to vote before Election Day at one of the early voting sites. The Journal & Courier and other media provide the location of the Vote Centers that are open before and on Election Day. Citizens can also request an absentee ballot by mail.

The Tippecanoe County Board of Election and Registration administers all county and municipal election activity. The Tippecanoe County Board of Election and Registration is located on the third floor of the Tippecanoe County Office Building, 20 North 3rd Street, Lafayette. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm.

For more information, or to find out where to vote call (765) 423-9303 or (765) 423-9316 or email, or check the website!

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? Do you need to change your address or name?

A person must meet the following requirements to be a registered voter in Indiana: a citizen of the United States; be at least eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the next general or municipal election; live in a precinct continuously for at least thirty (30) days before the next election; and not currently be in prison following conviction of a crime.

Voter registration forms are available at the Tippecanoe County and West Lafayette Public Libraries, or register in person at the City Clerk's office, township trustee offices, or the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. If you have a valid Indiana State ID or driver's license, you may confirm or update your voter registration or register to vote online. Go to The Indiana State Voter Portal and follow the instructions. The voter registration form is also available for download. After you print and complete the form, mail it to: Tippecanoe County Board of Elections & Registration, P.O. Box 619 Lafayette, IN 47902-0619

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