Requesting an Absentee Ballot


Absentee voting was hugely popular during the 2020 election due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An absentee ballot was linked to here. The link remains for informational purposes. It was a "fillable" form on which you could enter your personal information to then be printed and signed with pen and ink. The signed document was then to be mailed, emailed or faxed.

Absentee Ballot Request Form

Montgomery County, Indiana residents sent the Absentee Ballot Request Form to:

Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk

P.O. Box 768

Crawfordsville, IN 47933


Fax: 765-364-6355



(Scanned or photographed copies of the completed form were acceptable.)


Voters could drop off the form in person.

The LWV also presented the very timely Lunch with the League video, IN Vote By Mail

How to Vote

The LWV will have local voting information here as the next election approaches.

Get to Know Local Candidates

The LWV strives to educate voters about issues and candidate positions so that they may make informed decisions. For instance, for the 2020 election, local radio station FM 106.3, our Chamber of Commerce, the International Federation of Business and Professional Women, and our very own LWV teamed up to present a Candidates Forum.

Additionally, our Voter Outreach Team was busy collecting Local Candidate Information for the Vote411 website. Vote411 allows voters to access ballot information specific to our community, as well as our state and nation. 

Why Vote?

Hear from some Montgomery County citizens as to why voting is important. Click an  image in the gallery below and activate its link in order to check out each person's short video statement.

Vote411 Ballot Information
Syd Innovaria on Voting
Shawn Greiner on Voting
Scott Bowling on Voting
Darla Goodrich on Voting
Marco Dees on Voting
Jan Oller on Voting
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Marco Dees on Voting

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