I.C. 3-6-6-7
(a) An otherwise qualified person is eligible to serve as a vote center election officer unless the person:

1. Is unable to read, write, and speak the English language;
2. Has any property bet or wagered on the result of the election;
3. Is a candidate to be voted for at the election, except as an unopposed candidate for a precinct committeeman or state convention delegate; or
4. Is the spouse, parent, father-in-law, mother-in-law, child, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, uncle, aunt, nephew, or niece of a candidate or declared write-in candidate to be voted for at the election, except an unopposed candidate. This subdivision disqualifies a person whose relationship to the candidate is the result of birth, marriage, or adoption.
(b) In addition to the requirement of section (a), a person is not eligible to serve as a supervisor if the person is the chairman or treasurer of the committee of a candidate whose name appears on the ballot.

I.C.. 3-6-6-1
(b) A vote center board consists of the following:
One (1) supervisor.
Four (4) sheriffs.
(c) Each county chairman of a major political party is entitled to nominate two (2) Sheriffs under section 9 of this chapter.
(d) Each supervisor and sheriff must be a voter of the county.

I.C. 3-6-6-2
(c)....poll clerks must be voters of the county. We will have Four (4) poll clerks at each vote center. Each county chairman of a major political party is entitled to nominate two (2) poll clerks.

I.C. 3-6-6-8
The county chairman of the major political party whose candidate for the office of secretary of state received the highest vote in the county at the last election may nominate a voter for the office of supervisor.

Important Information

2017 and 2018 Elections Updates

There are no scheduled elections in 2017.  If a special election should be required, we will post more information as it becomes available.

2018 is a Countywide election year.  Check back in the fall of 2017 for more detailed information.


Find Your Representative

Contact Us

Contact Us!Clerk's Office: (574)-535-6469
Voter Registration: (574)-535-6775 or (574)-535-6774
Address: 101 N Main St #204, Goshen, IN 46526

Quick Info

2014 Primary Election Candidate Information
Absentee Voting
Precinct Maps

Go to top