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Today is the final day for early voting in Washington County prior to the polls opening for June 2’s Primary Election. 

Indiana officials moved the primary from May to June due to the Covid-19 pandemic and Indiana under a Stay-at-Home order at that time. 

Voters who have not voted by absentee ballot or plan to vote on Tuesday may due so today, Monday, June 1st from 8 am to Noon. COVID-19 CDC guidelines will be strictly adhered to.

Election Day is June 2nd from 6 am to 6 pm. 

“Please be advised that we have merged some polling locations in compliance with the Secretary of State request,” according to Stephanie Rockey, Washington County Clerk. 

Polling locations are as follows:

    • Salem Armory- 1100 N Shelby Street- Precincts Salem 1-4
    • Washington County Fair Grounds- 4-H Building- 118 N. Fair Street- Precincts Washington 1-4 and Franklin
    • Campbellsburg Community Building- 125 S. Sycamore Street- Precincts Brown and Vernon
    • Gibson Twp. FireHouse- 571 N. State Road 39- Precinct Gibson
    • Howard Twp. FireHouse- 5279 S. Becks Mill Road- Precinct Howard
    • Jackson Twp. FireHouse- 4330 E. Martinsburg Fire Road- Precinct Jackson
    • Monroe Twp. FireHouse- 8496 N. State Road 135- Precincts Jefferson & Monroe
    • Fellowship Baptist Mission Center (formally Bearcat Civic Center)- 9271 W. US Hwy 150- Precincts Madison & Posey
    • Pierce and Polk precincts which have been merged will be held at the Pekin park in the Community Building

Regarding the logistics of election night results reporting- The County Election Board with a unanimous vote, has changed the way results will be given this election, said Rockey.

The Washington County Justice Center will be closed to the public on election night. 

The results will still be tabulated precinct by precinct, the CEB will supply reports, (in real-time) to the local media, who will be present.

Rebecca White, Owner and General Manager of WSLM will be reading the results LIVE along with her co-host of the election broadcast, Brad Gilbert. 

“We are grateful that our local community media outlets are partnering with our County Election Board in keeping everyone safe but well informed,” said Rockey. “As your County Election Administrator, the health and safety of my voters, election workers, my employees, and our families are my number one priority!”