Beth Sweeney caught up with Vanderburgh County Clerk Susan Kirk to walk us through the process of early voting while she cast her ballot.
"No one should be intimidated by these machines. Just look at it and touch. It's actually the
easiest we've had as far as voting," said Kirk.
Voters will need to present a government issued photo identification card and sign an
Now, you're ready to vote.
The first thing you'll see on the voting booth screen is a list instructions followed by the ballot.
Kirk says early voting is a great way to avoid potential long lines on Election Day.
"It's such a fast paced society and we don't know Election Day if you could have an emergency
or whatever, and this gives you the opportunity to make sure your vote is cast," said Kirk.
Most early voting hours end at Noon on Monday, November Fifth.
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