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Absentee Voters Have Until Today To Request Vote By Mail Ballot

Last updated on Monday, April 26, 2010

(UNDATED) - Indiana’s primary election is May 4th.

Secretary of State Todd Rokita, the State's Chief Election Official, says absentee voters have until today to request a ballot if they qualify to vote by mail.

Circumstances allowing absentee by mail voting include being at least age 65, having a disability or being scheduled to work the entire 12 hours the polls are open.

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