Election 2020

Volunteer to keep Hoosier voters informed

Be on the ground reporting wait times at polling locations to keep voters informed so they can execute their voting plans quickly and as seamlessly as possible.

Help support our important mission by filling out the volunteer forms below. After you complete the volunteer form, we will be in touch soon with training information and instructions on what to do next. We’re so excited to have you be part of the team.

  • Oct 24 through Nov 1

  • Six sites throughout Marion County

  • Please sign up for 2 or more 2-hour shifts

  • Nov 3

  • Any vote center in Marion County

  • 6am-noon, noon-6pm, or all day

How does it work?

  1. Sign up as a volunteer to report wait times at Marion County vote centers, either during early voting or on election day.

  2. You can sign up with a friend to work in pairs, but please no more than 2 volunteers per shift.

  3. You will get a welcome email with a link to our self-serve training materials and the schedule for live training; you should complete training before October 24.

  4. In a nutshell:

    1. You will be stationed outside the vote center and will observe how long the lines are, and long it is taking for an individual voter to vote.

    2. You will submit those numbers via our app.

    3. Our software will use that information to calculate the approximate wait times and publish them to indyvotetimes.org.

  5. If you are volunteering on Election Day, you will be paired with an Election Protection volunteer who can assist with voter questions.

IN Tech for Progress, in partnership with Vote Safe Indiana, Lessonly, Anvl, and Common Cause of Indiana are working hard to protect this year's election and ensure every Hoosier vote counts.

Vote Safe Indiana
Lessonly
Common Cause