for the November 3 Indiana General Election

Help Improve the Election for November

Knowing the problems experienced with the Primary Election will be instructive to know where to strengthen processes for the General Election. Please share your experiences with the Brown County Election Board (CEB) by July 7

If you want to report something good, that’s always welcome, too.

The CEB plans to review problems reported by voters at the next CEB meeting July 7, 6 pm (via Zoom). You can report the problem you experienced via email, or you can write a letter.
  • Email to any one of the following. Put “Election Feedback” in the subject line. 

    Amy Kelso, Democrat on the Election Board:

    Mark Williams, Republican on the Election Board: 

    Brown County Commissioners:

  • If you prefer to send a letter, the address is: Brown County Election Board, c/o Brown County Commissioners, P.O. Box 151, Nashville,  IN 47448

The League is gearing up 

for the November Election!  

Stay tuned for updates on 

polling places and more!

  With the continuing pandemic concerns, it is not yet known  whether Indiana will waive the restrictions for absentee vote          by mail for the General Election or not and what adjustments       may be made on polling locations.  

You may qualify for an Absentee Ballot by mail regardless, so     submit your application by the deadline below (e.g. if you are         65 or older, or can't get to the polls for specific reasons listed,      and more.  See 2020 Indiana Voter Guide brochure below                 for more information).  


Resources Available:

Important Dates for the 2020

 General Election:

    Check your voter registration status every election at least 

    one month before the election.

Voter Registration deadline:

October 5, 2020

First day to vote absentee in-person: 

October 6, 2020

      Deadline for receipt of absentee-by-mail applications:                

October 22, 2020

General Election Day:

November 3, 2020

For more information:  

Your Indiana Voter Portal:

To learn about the candidates before voting, visit or

The Brown County Democrat has removed the paywall so all can view the Democrat newspaper online to help people stay informed during this coronavirus shutdown. 

Please note: LWVBC provides general information, but where important legal rights are concerned, to be fully and properly advised concerning election law provisions, you must consult with your own attorney and/or where appropriate the Brown County Election Board or County Clerk: 812-988-5510

Brown County League of Women Voters,
Jun 16, 2020, 1:17 PM
Brown County League of Women Voters,
May 18, 2020, 7:39 AM