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Indiana Election Division

Election Division > Help America Vote Act > Voting Systems in Indiana Voting Systems in Indiana

In Indiana there are two major types of machines in use: Direct Record Electronic (DRE) and Optical Scan (OS). Many counties are using new voting equipment this year due to new requirements of the Help America Vote Act of 2002. Punch Card and Lever Machines have now all been replaced by either DRE's or Optical Scan machines. Additionally, each county is required to have at least one accessible machine per polling place. In the following list, organized alphabetically by county, you can see both the primary and accessible voting systems used in your county.

View voting systems by county

For more information on how to cast a ballot on the machines used in your county please view this list of training videos below.

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