The primary election on Tuesday, June 2 is going to look much different than years past. With limited in-person polling sites open and the majority of Hoosiers voting by mail-in ballot, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site wants to make sure Hoosiers can still show their civic pride on Election Day. On June 2, the home of the 23rd president is offering free curb-side pick-up of its “I voted” stickers!
From 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 2, stay in your car (or on your walk) and pull up to the Presidential Site [1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202] to pick up a sticker! If you can’t make it there, the Site is also providing a print-at-home sticker file here. Share your photos with the #ivotedwithharrison.
While the Marion County has closed all but 22 voting centers due to the pandemic—including the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site—we remain proud to be a Marion County voting center for the general election in November.
The spirit of public participation in the American system of self-government and the legacy of America’s Hoosier president – who opened Ellis Island, commissioned the Pledge of Allegiance and was a strong advocate for African-American voting rights – informs all of our outreach, programs and events. We encourage all voters to take part in their local elections—and to show their commitment to, and support of, ensuring fair and free elections. Wear your voting sticker with pride!
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The Presidential Site’s reopening date for general tours is subject to the city of Indianapolis public health guidance for museums. Meantime, watch for additional details on our Events page for virtual gatherings, quiz nights, new podcasts, “From the Front Porch” speeches, Curbside engagements, & more!
Thank you for being an important part of the Presidential Site and sharing a legacy in action!