Frequently Asked Questions:

(Q) Where do I register to vote? 

(Q) Where do I register to vote? 

(A)  You can become a registered voter in Hendricks County:
    -  At the BMV office when updating or renewing your Indiana Driver's License.
    -  Coming to the Hendricks County Voter Registration Office and completing an Indiana Voter Registration (VRG) form.
    -  Obtaining an Indiana VRG form at any Hendricks County library or Hendricks County high school.
    -  Go to
and click on the “Register to Vote Online” link under What Would You Like To Do?

(Q) Can I register Online?

(A)  The State of Indiana has available Online Registration  at:

(Q) Am I registered?  and  Where do I vote?

(A)  A person can verify if they are registered and where they vote by going to and clicking on the "Confirm my Voter Registration"  link under What Would You Like To Do?and fill in the required fields to get your results.  Contact the Hendricks County Voter Registration Office and someone will be happy to help you with your questions.

(Q) When is Election Day?

(A)  During election years, elections are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of May for Primary Elections and November for General Elections.

(Q) What time are the polls open?

(A)  Polls are open from 6:00a.m. - 6:00p.m. on Election Day only.

(Q) How can I become a poll worker?

(A)  Contact the Hendricks County Voter Registration Office to express your interest.

How do I become a candidate?

Who has filed for elected office?

How do I get candidate information?

Who are my representatives and elected officials?

How do I contact them?

How can I cast an Absentee Vote?

Hendricks County Voter Registration

Department Mailing Address:
355 S. Washington Street #218
Danville, IN  46122


Phone Number:  (317)745-9249

Fax Number:  (317)745-9452

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday, 8:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

    Debbie Hoskins, Hendricks County Clerk  -
    Laura Herzog, Election Supervisor  -
    Anastasia Bryan, NVRA Clerk  -
    Tammy Dooley, NVRA Clerk  -  

The Hendricks County Voter Registration provides the following services:
    -  Voter Registration and Maintenance.
    -  Candidate information and filing.
    -  Polling place management.
    -  Campaign finance records.
    -  Voting machine maintenance.
    -  Ballot design and production.
    -  Poll worker management.
    -  Voter outreach and education.
    -  Precinct re-districting.
    -  Maps