Voters in Hancock County will have two more voting locations on Election Day thanks to the Hancock County Election Board.
Those wishing to cast a ballot on election day will be able to do so at the McCordsville City Hall and Cross of Grace Lutheran Church in New Palestine. The changes bring the total number of voting centers up to 10, but the county has used as many as 12 in the past.
Other polling places include: Hancock County Courthouse Annex, main branch of the Hancock County Public Library, Sugar Creek branch of the Hancock County Public Library, NineStar Connect North, Fortville Community Center, Buck Creek Township Fire Department, Nameless Creek Camp and Event Center, and Wilkinson Church of Christ. Anyone who is registered and a resident of Hancock County can vote at any of the polling places early or on Election Day.
Locally, the November election was decided in the May primary as no Democratic candidates will be on the ballot for county-wide seats.
Voters will have a say in state representative, state senator, U.S. House Representative, governor, attorney general, and the presidential race. In addition, there are school board races that will appear on the ballot.