HAMILTON - Political parties will head to the polls next Tuesday, March 3, from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. to elect their candidates for the 2020 general election in November.
Photo voter identification, such as a driver’s license or some other government-issued photo ID, will be required to vote. Those without driver’s licenses or the other acceptable forms can get a free card at the Board of Registrars Office located on the first floor of the Marion County Courthouse in Hamilton, even on the day of the election. However, the voter registration deadline for the primary has passed.
Races resulting in a runoff will be decided on the state’s runoff election scheduled for Tuesday, March 31. The state’s crossover voting restrictions require voters to participate in the same party election in the runoff as they did in the primary.
According to the Marion County voter lists submitted by the Marion County Probate Judge’s Office, total 21,454 voters are registered to vote in the election.
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