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Steuben County Welcomes Polling Centers
By: Sheila McCrea - Friday, October 1, 2021

ANGOLA — Steuben County has officially gained status as a vote center county, effective Thursday.

Steuben County will be the 51st Indiana county to switch to the vote center model, which was approved by a 3-0 vote of the Steuben County Election Board.

As a result of the measure, no voter will be restricted to one polling location on Election Day.

Having “vote centers” means any registered voter in the county can vote at the polling location. The centers allow voters more flexibility as to where they cast their ballots, Especially if they live in one town, but working another.

Steuben County will implement the use of vote centers during the 2022 Primary Election. There will be seven vote center locations across Steuben County for voters to use on Election Day, as well as absentee voting at the Steuben County Courthouse the 28 days prior to election. One satellite location will be used for the two Saturday’s prior to election.



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