Be a Small Business Voter!
Help the voice of small business be heard at the polls by casting your ballot before June 2.
Elections are business decisions. Good federal policies begin with electing the right people. We can make a difference in the legislative process by supporting the congressional candidates who support small business.
If you own a small business, work for one, or shop at one in your community, please be a #SmallBusinessVoter.
Indiana’s primary will be conducted primarily by mail. All registered and eligible voters will be mailed a ballot for this election. There will be in person voting for voters who cannot vote by mail.
The complete order detailing Governor Holcomb’s changes to the primary is available at https://www.in.gov/sos/elections/2404.htm.
The Commission’s order included the following changes, which will apply to the June 2nd Primary only:
- Limited early in-person voting will be available for one week, from May 26th to June 1st.
- Poll workers are currently required to live in the county they work for. This requirement is waived so long as the voter is registered to vote in Indiana.
- The Secretary of State and the Indiana Election Division will provide counties with training and guidelines on mail handling procedures and personal protective equipment.
- The Commission advises that all public buildings, such as fire stations and school buildings, be available for use for the June 2nd Primary.
- All absentee ballot applications submitted after December 2nd will be accepted regardless of excuse given, as long as they are otherwise compliant with Indiana law.
- County election boards may adopt more than one central count location.
- Counties may move a polling location after giving best possible notice to the public.
You can learn more about who’s on the ballot in the Indiana primary here.
To learn more about the power of the #SmallBusinessVoter, read our Political Action Guide for NFIB Members.