Election Security

In Indiana, we take great care to prepare for each election. The security of our election systems is of the utmost importance, and in addition, to physical and cyber security, information is a powerful defense. In partnership with counties, other states, and the federal government, we are developing new answers to security concerns and election policy. Some of the tools and precautions being taken in Indiana to ensure secure voting include:

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It’s also important to know that no piece of Indiana’s voting equipment is online. The machines and tabulators are not connected to the internet. Public tests of voting systems are conducted in all counties prior to an election, and are open to the public. If you would like to attend, contact your county administrators for times and locations.

We take the security of our elections process very seriously and are working diligently to ensure that every available defense is utilized. Indiana has taken many steps to secure our elections, but let’s be clear: there will always be new recommendations, new technology, and new best practices where cybersecurity is concerned. The way we administer elections must continue to evolve, because this is a race without a finish line. We are fully committed to ensuring that we continue to move forward, using every tool at our disposal to maintain safe and secure voting for all Hoosiers.

How to Report a Problem at the Polls

Call 1-866-IN-1-VOTE (1-866-461-8683) or email [email protected]

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