Grant County Election Advisory Board Looking For Public Input

(For immediate release)

Pamela K. Harris
Grant County Clerk of Courts
101 East 4th Street
Marion, IN 46952
765-668-8121 ext.1171

Grant County Election Advisory Board Looking For Public Input.
In order to gain public feedback we will be holding a public meeting on Thursday, August 27th at 6 p.m. at College Wesleyan Church at 200 E 38th St., Marion IN 46953.

Or you can attend the meeting virtually by going to VOTEGRANTCOUNTY.NET and clicking on the link.

In the Fall Election for 2020 Grant County will be moving to Vote Centers as an alternative to traditional, neighborhood-based precincts. This move will allow voters to cast their ballots on Election Day at any Vote Center in Grant County, regardless of their residential address. Indiana is among more than sixteen states across the nation that allows for Vote Centers.

The switch to Vote Centers will allow Grant County to offer more convenience to citizens of our county allowing them to vote near home, near work, school or any of the eleven centers proposed.

The Election Advisory Committee needs your input. We have gone through and selected 11 proposed sites. They are:

Proposed Vote Centers


YMCA – 123 Sutter Way – Marion 46952

Calvary Social Brethren Church – 304 N. Miller Ave. – Marion 46952

St. Paul Baptist Church – 1204 W. 14th St. – Marion 46953

Lakeview Wesleyan Church – 5316 S Western Ave. – Marion 46953


Eastview Wesleyan Church – 414 N. 10th St. – Gas City 46933

Westview Wesleyan Church – 1300 W. 6th St. – Jonesboro 46938


“THE SHELTER” at the Playacres Park – 300 E. Madison St.– Fairmount 46928


Upland Community Church – 439 W. Berry Ave. – Upland 46989


Liberty Baptist Church – 517 Church St. – Sweetser 46987


Swayzee United Methodist Church – 306 S. Washington St. – Swayzee 46986


United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall) – 105 S 2nd St. – Van Buren 46991

It is our goal to provide centers that will make voting more accessible for you. And to keep you informed every step of the way to insure we provide complete transparency and a smooth process for our November 2020 Election.

During the entire process VOTEGRANTCOUNTY.NET will be a NEW portal that will act as an information center to the public and will be updated during the process. It will feature information on HOW TO VOTE, WHERE TO VOTE, Provide Feedback, and much more information.

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