At your polling place.
In Indiana, polling locations are open from 6am-6pm on Election Day. To vote on Election Day, you must visit your designated polling location. If you arrive at a polling location you are not designated to vote at, you will have to go to the proper location.
What to bring with you to the polls
To vote in Indiana, you need a government issued ID. Your photo ID must display your name, an expiration date (can be current or expired sometime after November 5, 2019) and be issued by the State of Indiana or US government. This can include:
Government issued photo ID
Student ID from an Indiana state school that displays your name and an expiration date (Private institutions may not be used)
If you are a first time voter who registered by mail, you will need to provide proof of residence with an ID or document that shows your name and current address.