Services for Voting
The office provides forms for individuals to register to vote, either on paper in the office in the courthouse, or online for residents to download and print at their convenience. Click here for the online registration form.
Voter registration forms may be completed on paper in person at the Voter Registration Office, at Pennsylvania Department of Transportation offices, or at many public or community offices as designated by the Pennsylvania Department of State.
Registration forms available at any of those locations and online may be completed elsewhere and sent by mail to the Indiana County Voter Registration office.
County residents also may register to vote online using this interactive form under a program implemented in August 2015 by the Pennsylvania Department of State.
The Indiana County Voter Registration office also provides paper and digital applications for an absentee ballot. Click here for the online application form.
Absentee voting is permitted under limited circumstances by civilians and under different circumstances for residents on military duty. The office staff can help voters to determine whether they are eligible for an absentee ballot.
The Voter Registration Office also helps to prepare for elections by providing the ballots, necessary supplies, registration and voting records, training for election day workers and supervision of the official count of votes cast.