INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan has accepted Steuben County’s plan to become a vote center county, making it the 50th county in Indiana using the vote center model.
The Steuben County Election Board approved making the move last month.
A vote center is a polling location where any eligible voter in the county may go to cast a ballot. For example, if you live in Orland, but work in Angola, you can go vote at a polling place in Angola instead of rushing home to Orland to make it to a polling place in time to vote.
Steuben County will have seven vote center locations across the county for voters to use on Election Day, starting during the 2022 Primary Election.
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