VOTE AT THE FIELDHOUSE
This election day, we are proud to partner with the Marion County Election Board to allow Marion County voters to cast their ballot at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Making this community asset available on election day reflects our commitment to encouraging all Hoosiers to play their part in that process.
Date: November 3, 2020
Time: 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Parking: Free parking is available to any voter inside the Virginia Avenue Garage at 155 Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
To vote at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, you must be registered to vote in Marion County by October 5, 2020. Not a Marion County voter? Click here to find your polling location!
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU VOTE AT THE FIELDHOUSE:
The Bankers Life Fieldhouse Vote Center is open on election day, November 3, from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Parking will be available, free of charge, in the Virginia Street Garage, 155 South Delaware Street. The garage entrance is located at the corner of Maryland and Alabama Streets.
Vote Center Entrances
The Vote Center in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Entry Pavilion can be accessed by entering through the Pennsylvania Street Plaza doors or from the Virginia Street Garage by crossing the pedestrian walkway over Delaware Street. The walkway is located on the third floor of the Virginia Street Garage.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, election workers will require voters to maintain a six-foot distance between other voters when standing in line. Voters should anticipate longer-than-normal lines because of this social-distancing requirement.
Personal Protective Equipment and Sanitizer
Voters are encouraged to wear masks and use hand sanitizer upon entry into the voting location. Voters should expect to see election workers wearing personal protective equipment. Voters will be provided with a disposable finger sleeve to use for the touch-screen voting machine. Voting machines will be frequently cleaned throughout the day.
For more information on what to expect, click here.
Questions about voting in Marion County? Visit the Marion County Election Board website.
Questions about where to vote in Indiana? Visit IndianaVoters.com