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Monroe County will have 28 polling places open on Election Day. Find yours here.

<p>Students line up to vote in the 2018 midterm election at the Indiana Memorial Union.</p>

Students line up to vote in the 2018 midterm election at the Indiana Memorial Union.

Monroe County will have 28 polling places open Tuesday. Unlike during early voting, where all voters had to go to Election Central to vote, Monroe County voters must go to their assigned polling place on Election Day.

First, find your precinct

The following map from the Monroe County Geographic Information System Division shows each precinct in the county. Type in the address where you're registered to vote below:

Then, find where your polling place is located

Once you have your precinct information, you can find your polling place and bus routes that will take you there. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Bus service on most Bloomington Transit routes does begins 15 to 20 minutes after polls open at 6 a.m.

In this chart, Bloomington precincts are prefixed with "B," Perry with "P," Richland with "R," Van Buren with "V" and Clear Creek with "C." Polk, Bean Blossom, Salt Creek, Washington, Benton and Indian Creeks are listed as such.

Update 11:24, Nov. 2: The table has been updated to reflect a closer bus stop to the Binford Elementary School polling place.

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