Get Out To Vote Indiana
With Indiana suddenly — strangely — relevant in this year’s presidential primaries, Hoosiers can expect a lot of attention from four of the five remaining candidates as they court voters leading up to the May 3 election.
The one big name who isn’t expected to campaign here much: Ohio Gov. John Kasich, whose campaign late Sunday night announced an alliance of sorts with U.S. Ted Cruz, canceling two events in Indianapolis in an effort to consolidate the Republican vote against Donald Trump and increase the chances of a contested convention.
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Here are the remaining Indiana campaign stops scheduled for each candidate:
Thursday, April 28:
Republican front-runner Donald Trump will be in Evansville for his third major rally in Indiana. The event is set for noon at the Old National Events Plaza, 715 Locust St, Evansville. Register for tickets here.
You are eligible to vote in Indiana for Donald J. Trump if you are a U.S. citizen; a resident of Indiana; 18 years old; and you have resided in the precinct for at least 30 days prior to the election date.
In order to vote for Donald J. Trump on May 3rd all you need to do is go to your polling location and bring your photo ID that is issued by the state of Indiana or the US government.
Voting Poll Locations
Tuesday, May 3rd, 6am to 6pm
For help, contact the Trump Indiana HQ
Vote May 3rd, 6am to 6pm