WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) - Hoosiers have until Monday, April 9 to register to vote in the primary election and if you call Warrick County home, your voting location may have changed.
In an effort to save money and reduce the number of people working on election day, county officials consolidated several precinct locations.
We're told a blue postcard has been sent out to every voter affected, alerting them to their new location.
For the first time, voters in Warrick County will cast their vote on an Electronic Poll Book. The devices will be used to try and reduce wait times at poll lines and make it easier for information to be stored.
If you are unsure if your voting location has changed, see the table below.