YOUR RIGHTS AS A VOTER INDIANA YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE BETWEEN 6:00 AM AND 6:00 PM. Polls should be open continuously during this time period. You have the right to vote if you are already in line when the polls close at 6:00 p.m. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE A REGULAR BALLOT if you possess acceptable identification and your name appears on the list of registered voters for the polling place in which you seek to vote, if you were previously registered but are not on the rolls on Election Day, if you registered at a voter registration agency but are not on the registration rolls; if you moved but stayed in the same county or precinct and you vote at your old precinct. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REQUEST HELP FROM POLL WORKERS. Poll workers are there to help you. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to ask a poll worker for a REPLACEMENT BALLOT if your ballot is damaged or you make a mistake. If you cannot read or write, or you are blind or otherwise disabled, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to ask someone to assist you in voting. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to view written instructions on how to obtain and cast a ballot. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to vote curbside or request a more accessible polling location if you are unable to enter the polling place because of a physical disability. DO NOT LEAVE THE POLLING PLACE WITHOUT VOTING. If you do not have ID or are not on the voter rolls, you may be able to use a provisional ballot. Ask the poll workers if you are unsure. IF YOU NEED LEGAL ASSISTANCE on Election Day, CALL THE ELECTION PROTECTION HOTLINE AT 1.866.OUR. VOTE. If you have problems on Election Day such as being refused a ballot or turned away from the polling place, or would like to report voter intimidation, call the national Election Protection Hotline at 1.866.OUR.VOTE.