Indiana's primary election is just a few weeks away, but voters can start casting their ballots Tuesday.
If voting in person at a polling location, voters must present a government issued ID. If mailing in an absentee ballot, voters must meet qualifications set by the Indiana Election Division.
Election officials anticipate a lot of early voters.
Voters have until May 2 by noon to cast early votes.
Questions can be directed to local county clerk offices.