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The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is extending its hours for voters who need identification for Tuesday’s primary election.  Here in Indiana, you cannot cast your ballot and take part in the voting process unless you have a state issued I.D. card or driver’s license. Therefore, starting on Monday, all BMV branches will be open Monday until 5:30 p.m. and on Election Day Tuesday until 6 p.m. to serve the needs of those who want to vote.

To check for the BMV branch that’s convenient for you, click [HERE].


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