INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Indiana voters will be able to begin casting ballots soon.

Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan issued a release Wednesday, reminding residents that voter registration ends on April 4. Voters who fail to register by that date will be unable to cast a ballot in the May primary election.

Those wishing to check the status of their voter registration can do so online at this link or they can check their status in person at their local county election office. Registration will officially end at midnight for those doing so online, it ends at the close of business for those wishing to register in person.

Early voting, also known as “voting absentee in person” will get underway starting Tuesday, April 5. All registered Indiana voters are eligible for early voting. Vigo County voters can find their early voting opportunities at this website, voters residing in other Indiana counties can find their information using this election official look-up tool.

The Indiana Voter’s Bill of Rights in both Spanish and English can be found here.